Survey: NHS England and NHS Improvement’s ‘Core20PLUS5’ approach for reducing health inequalities
NHS England and NHS Improvement are seeking your views on the ‘Core20PLUS5’ approach for reducing health inequalities. The survey is aimed at:
- Health Inequalities professionals working in the NHS
- Clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals with a particular interest in reducing health inequalities
- Organisations that support or have an expert understanding of the communities at particular risk of health inequalities including ethnic minorities, coastal and rural communities, people living in areas of high deprivation, plus inclusion health groups (e.g. homeless and rough sleepers, sex workers, Gypsy and Roma travelling communities), people living with autism, a learning disability or serious mental illness
The survey results will be used to support the development of the Core20PLUS5 approach, its implementation across the NHS and further engagement with key stakeholder groups.
Reading the Core20PLUS5 Online Engage Survey – Supporting document before completing the online survey is recommended.
To help share news of the survey, NHS England have shared a graphic, a PDF slide set and a survey link for Twitter – if tweeting use the #Core20PLUS5
The closing date for submissions is 19th November, and the survey and more information can be found here.