Public Health England together with Keele University and Race Equality Foundation invite you to join us for the ‘Musculoskeletal Health and Inequalities’ webinar, on 14 November 2019, 10:00 to 11:00am.
This webinar will discuss the findings from commissioned work looking at evidence on the differential effectiveness of PHE’s publication on return on investment interventions and what we know about their current level and patterns of provision and uptake. The webinar will then explore data sources to demonstrate these inequalities and discuss the evidence, quantitative and qualitative, on what MSK health inequalities exist for people with a Learning Disability and BAME groups. The webinar will draw on the qualitative informed conversations with BAME people living in England with MSK conditions, their families, and voluntary sector organisations who are supporting them.
To register for the event, please follow the Eventbrite link.
Please feel free to forward this invitation to your networks, colleagues and teams who share our vision to support the prevention of MSK.
- Professor George Peat, Clinical Epidemiology, Keele University
- Justine Fitzpatrick, Head of Population Health Analysis, PHE
- Donna Glover, Programme Manager, PHE
- Jabeer Butt, CEO, Race Equality Foundation