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Tackling population health challenges as we build back from the pandemic.

by McCartney, Gerry; Douglas, Margaret; Taulbut, Martin; Katikireddi, S. Vittal; McKee, Martin.
Publisher: 2021.ISSN: 09598154 .Summary: A decade of austerity, stalled mortality trends, widening health inequalities, and climate change present profound health challenges that predate the pandemic. The pandemic has shown that population health in the UK is insecure. It has created additional challenges from ongoing Covid-19, unmet health and social care needs, and social and economic disruption. A radical shift in the government’s approach to population health is needed, integrating equity and health in all policies, and shifting to a wellbeing economy. [Summary].Journal Title: BMJ.Year: 2021.Volume: 375.Number: (8318).Pagination: 447-449.Date: (11 December 2021).Subject(s): public health | population health | climate change | health inequalities | Covid-19 | pandemics | health needs
Digital copyAvailability: Online access List(s) this item appears in: Covid-19: health and social care recovery in England [January 2023]
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A decade of austerity, stalled mortality trends, widening health inequalities, and climate change present profound health challenges that predate the pandemic. The pandemic has shown that population health in the UK is insecure. It has created additional challenges from ongoing Covid-19, unmet health and social care needs, and social and economic disruption. A radical shift in the government’s approach to population health is needed, integrating equity and health in all policies, and shifting to a wellbeing economy. [Summary]

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