This briefing sets out to explain the sources of funding available to systems to address health inequalities. It highlights the complexities that exist within current funding and allocation formulae while acknowledging the tools that are being developed to support organisations in ensuring that resources are appropriately redistributed to reduce health inequalities. Finally the briefing identifies other sources of funding that systems, and individual organisations, may be able to access to support local programmes where reducing health inequalities is a primary or secondary outcome.
In this one hour lunch and learn session you will hear from the South Central Branch winners of the Diversity & Inclusion Award.
Play games, have fun and build each other’s confidence, come and have a laugh with your colleagues for an hour.