Improving the health and well-being of those communities living in the most deprived areas across East of England (EoE)
Do you want to:
- Learn more about supporting people and communities living in deprivation in your
- Network with likeminded, passionate colleagues?
- Share ideas to meet PCN/NHSE health inequalities targets?
- Gain CPD?
This is the lunchtime webinar for you!
Do your admin and eat your lunch while listening to our interesting speakers.
Based on the excellent work of Deep End: Scotland which brought together the 100 practices serving the most deprived communities across Scotland 11 years ago, Deep End: EoE seeks to work with all stakeholders to advocate for these areas through collaboration and mutual support.
‘Deep End’ has already spread from Scotland to benefit communities in Ireland, Yorkshire & Humber, North East & North Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Nottinghamshire, NW London, Plymouth and Canberra.
The ‘Deep End’ describes the experience of many individuals and communities who are most adversely affected by the ‘wider determinants’ of health – including low or irregular income; crowded or poor housing; unhealthy environment e.g. increased air pollution or lack of green spaces.
Keynote speakers: Prof. Graham Watt and Dr. David Blane of Deep End Scotland will share what they have learnt over the last decade in advocacy to gain additional resources and staffing for these communities, including GP recruitment & retention, to inspire and encourage us in our own endeavours in EoE!
Deep End: EoE is a network of people serious about improving the health and well-being of those communities living in the most deprived areas across East of England (EoE). Together we will collaborate, support and advocate on behalf of our population, staff and communities.