Measuring health inequalities and health equity audit

Thursday 14th December 2006

A key role of public health is to reduce health inequalities and health inequities. Measuring inequalities accurately is essential to targeting effort and monitoring change. However, this is still a complex area with a number of controversies. Fortunately, the North East has plenty of experience and expertise in this area and this conference will look at current methods and issues around the measurement of inequalities. In the afternoon we will look at Health Equity Audit (HEA) and the experience gained in techniques to undertake it in this region over the last few years.

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Tags: Audit | Health (dh) | Health care (dh) | Health development and promotion | Health economics | Health for all | Health indicators | Health inequalities | Health planning | Health policy | Health services and health service management (dh) | Health status | Healthcare and health services | Measurement techniques | National health service (gcl) | Public health (dh) | Public health and health inequalities task force | Public health methods and research | Public health observatories | Public health organisations | Wider health (policy)

Created Tue 29 Aug 2006 by Richard Dean | Email to a friend

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