This course will provide NHS and local authority analysts with knowledge of health inequalities and health equity, and the knowledge and skills to undertake robust analysis on person-level datasets to understand where there are disparities in population health outcomes and local service delivery.
There will be a specific focus on using data to look at ethnic and socio-economic disparities, and how to present data so it becomes information for action.
Your Trainer for this course will be:
Dr Sarah Dougan, Independent Consultant in Population Health & Inequalities
Sarah is an independent Consultant in Public Health who specialises in population health and inequalities. She has had various contract roles over the past year for a local authority and NHS bodies. Prior to this she was the Director of Population Health Intelligence for North Central London ICB and a Deputy Director of Public Health in Camden & Islington Public Health. She has a PhD on HIV epidemiology from the City University, London, an MSc in the Control of Infectious Diseases from LSHTM and an MA in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University.
This course is free and available to all those working in the Midlands Public Health and Social Care sector , e.g. NHS, Public Health, Local Authority, ICBs
One- day workshop (09.30 to 16.00)
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