A new resource from the British Medical Association (BMA), called ‘Reducing health inequalities in your local area: a toolkit for clinicians’, has been published.
The toolkit forms part of Sir Harry Burns’ President Project, which explores how we can work together to reduce health inequalities. The toolkit offers a range of ideas for how clinicians can take action on health inequalities in their local area.
Ways to Wellness is provided as a case study example of tackling health inequalities in Newcastle upon Tyne.
To read more, visit the BMA website here: Reducing health inequalities in your local area: a toolkit for clinicians (bma.org.uk)
To find out more about the learning from the first six years of Ways to Wellness, our report ‘Ways to Wellness: the First Six Years’ is available here: Ways to Wellness: The First Six Years | Shared Learning | Ways to Wellness