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Plans To Improve Health And Wellbeing

NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group has just released its new five-year strategy aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of the city’s population.

The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2019-24 says that since the first strategy of this type in 2013 there has been much good work done but “in the context of continuing austerity we are seeing disproportionate impacts on the health of those in our city who are worst off. We know too many people in Sheffield are struggling with poor health and wellbeing, and this is inequitably distributed across our city. We also know that most of the solutions are not to be found within NHS and social care services alone.”

The strategy includes a detailed plan for tackling these inequalities across all age groups and races. You can see Greg Fell, Director of Public Health in Sheffield talking about this and the strategic plan to reduce health inequalities in Sheffield on YouTube here.


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