Moving forward monitoring of the social determinants of health in a country: lessons from England 5 years after the Marmot Review

Abstract

BACKGROUND England has a long history of government-commissioned reviews of national inequalities. The latest review, the Marmot Review, was commissioned by a government headed by the same party (the Labour Party) that had introduced the National Health Service in 1948, but the review was implemented by a coalition of different parties (Conservatives and… (More)
DOI: 10.3402/gha.v9.29627

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