Health inequalities: Impact and outcomes across the lifecourse
This showcase event highlighted some of the major issues surrounding the impact of health inequalities on children, young people and families, the working age population and older people.
Speakers highlighted recent findings from researchers at The University of Manchester and elsewhere as well as some of the current challenges facing decision-makers.
This event was part of Manchester Policy Week 2014 (3-7 November)
Wednesday 5 November 2014
- Professor Rachel Calam, School of Psychological Sciences, University of Manchester
- Professor Alan Dyson - Co-Director, Centre for Equity in Education, University of Manchester
- Steve Grant – Assistant HR Director University of Manchester – The Works Manchester
- Professor Aidan Halligan – Director Well North
- Professor James Nazroo – School of Social Sciences and Manchester Institute for Collaborative for Research on Ageing (MICRA)
- Dr Michael Wigelsworth, Manchester Institute of Education
- Audience: Researchers, NHS staff, policy makers and staff from third sector organisations as well as public health staff in our local Greater Manchester councils.