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Health Equity Indicators for the English NHS: Longitudinal whole-population study at small area level

Project title: Health Equity Indicators for the English NHS: Longitudinal whole-population study at small area level

Call to action: 11/2004 11/2004 HSR 005 Researcher Led call

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Richard Cookson

Lead Author: Professor Richard Cookson

Contractor: University of York

Cost: £493,638.00

Co-investigators: Dr Mauro Laudicella, Dr Robert Fleetcroft, Dr Shehzad Ali, Mr Miqdad Asaria, Professor Brian Ferguson, Professor Maria Goddard, Professor Peter Goldblatt, Professor Rosalind Raine.

Started: January 2013 | Status: Published September 2016

Equity indicators were developed and shown to be useful for monitoring NHS impact on socioeconomic inequality in health-care access and outcomes, at both national and local levels

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