Confirmed by : life expectancy stops improving, has actually fallen for poorest women, health inequalities widen and health deteriorates #Marmot2020 supported by
Evidence from around the world shows health is a good measure of social and economic progress: if society is flourishing, health tends to flourish; health stops improving, society has stopped improving #Marmot2020 supported by
England’s health falters as confirms the north/south health gap divide increases and time spent in poor health increases for men and women in the most deprived areas of the country #Marmot2020 supported by
Evidence from around the world shows health is a good measure of social and economic progress: if society is flourishing, health tends to flourish; health stops improving, society has stopped improving #Marmot2020 supported by
Health closely linked to our social circumstances – NHS cannot reduce health inequalities on its own #Marmot2020
Confirmed by : life expectancy stops improving, has actually fallen for poorest women, health inequalities widen and health deteriorates #Marmot2020 supported by
Put wellbeing rather than growth of GDP at the heart of economic policy, as New Zealand has done, to improve health for everyone #Marmot 2020
Unemployment may have fallen but poor quality, low paid and insecure work has increased, as has rates of self-reported work-related stress, depression and anxiety #Marmot2020
As Sir Michael notes ‘if health has stopped improving it is a sign that society has stopped improving’. What is government for if not to act on that? #Marmot2020
Immediate action needed to level up population health – government policies focusing on individual behaviour change without addressing social circumstances doesn’t reduce inequalities #Marmot2020
The #Marmot2020 report finds rising health inequalities linked to poverty & austerity, stating simply & starkly: “people have insufficient money to lead a healthy life; and there are more ignored communities with poor conditions and little reason for hope”
The Marmot Review 10 Years On confirms that over the last decade health inequalities have widened overall, and the amount of time people spend in poor health has increased since 2010. #Marmot2020
Devastating verdict on decade of Tory cuts - #Marmot2020 finds: 💥Life expectancy stalled for first time in 100 years - and fell for poorest 10% of women 💥North/ South divide on health increased increased 💥Health gap between rich and poor widened
Health is the nation’s top priority, new programme of spending must improve length and quality of life for everyone – new health inequalities strategy needed, to be led by the PM #Marmot2020
Health closely linked to our social circumstances – NHS cannot reduce health inequalities on its own #Marmot2020
Put wellbeing rather than growth of GDP at the heart of economic policy, as New Zealand has done, to improve health for everyone #Marmot 2020
Here are the key points from the Marmot Review 10 Years On. It is difficult not to politicise these findings, as it seems very clear “that austerity will cast a long shadow over the lives of children born and growing up under its effects”. #Marmot2020
Immediate action needed to level up population health – government policies focusing on individual behaviour change without addressing social circumstances doesn’t reduce inequalities #Marmot2020
Inequalities in educational attainment have life-long impacts and deepen as children progress through school – the right education approaches can break the link between poverty and poor attainment #Marmot2020
#Marmot2020 is depressing reading & comes as no surprise to ⁦⁩ where we have been studying how inequality affects the health of #Liverpool for decades. ⁦⁩ is restructuring and has developed a new strategy to address this (1)
Increase National Living Wage to minimum income for healthy living, increase post-school apprenticeships and in-work training #Marmot2020
The evidence for worsening health linked to social inequalities is incontrovertible. This is not inevitable. the-marmot-review-10-years-on - IHE
Reduce child poverty from 22% to Europe’s lowest rate of 10%, increase spending on early years to OECD average, and increase number of children’s centres across England #Marmot2020
Good to hear that will call a debate on 2020 Review on #healthinequalities next week in #UK #Parliament. But shame on UK Government they have not yet taken initiative to act on it . #Marmot2020
Inequalities in educational attainment have life-long impacts and deepen as children progress through school – the right education approaches can break the link between poverty and poor attainment #Marmot2020
Put wellbeing rather than growth of GDP at the heart of economic policy, as New Zealand has done, to improve health for everyone #Marmot2020
#Marmot2020 finds UK child poverty increased to 22% and healthy life expectancy has fallen among the poorest over the past decade due income and service cuts. This is damning stuff - poverty is a public health emergency via
The evidence brought together in #Marmot2020 is really powerful. So much in it but here’s a quick lunchtime thread on its findings on money & mental health...
Good to have the #Marmot2020 review on mental health equity out today - the same day that #MHSocialWork2020 explores the future role of social work in mental health services, working in communities with the social determinants of mental health.
The widening gap between rich & poor, life expectancy falling for women in poverty & more time coping with the burden of illness the-marmot-review-10-years-on - IHE . All avoidable if only Govt decided to prioritise &!tackle it
To ‘level up’ the country as the government aims, it must take action to stop health deteriorating, then level up the health and wellbeing of the population #Marmot2020
Having secured new support from voters in ‘red wall’ areas, there is a real opportunity for the Government to show more leadership to narrow the health gap #Marmot2020
100% of new housing to be carbon neutral and aim for net zero green house gas emissions by 2030, ensuring inequalities do not widen as a result #Marmot 2020
Practical evidence from some local authorities, including Coventry & Greater Manchester, has grown significantly since 2010 on how to reduce inequalities #Marmot2020
Increase National Living Wage, redesign Universal Credit and review tax and benefit system #Marmot2020
10 years since the publication of  , for the first time in more than 100 years life expectancy has failed to increase across ENG and for the poorest 10% of women it has actually declined.
: "#Austerity will cast a long shadow over the lives of the children born and growing up under its effects". #Marmot2020