CfPS has launched phase three of its health inequalities programme, which seeks to build upon and continue the work within the successful programme so far.
Funded by the Inclusion Health team and the Department of Health, the programme will recruit six new scrutiny development areas (SDAs), to use scrutiny to investigate the health outcomes and inequalities of 3 vulnerable groups;
Homeless and rough sleepers (two development areas)
Gypsies and travellers (two development areas)
Sex workers (two development areas)
SDAs will receive 5 days support from one of our expert advisers to carry out a scrutiny review about one of the above vulnerable groups using the new model of impactful scrutiny developed in phase two, and building on Peeling the Onion, developed in phase one.
Applications are welcome from all local authorities wishing to scrutinise health inequalities experienced by the above vulnerable groups
For more information, bidding guidance and application form, please use the links below. The closing date for applications is Thursday 17th May.
Application Form FINAL.doc
(Size: 105 KB / Downloads: 143)
Info and Bidding guidance for new SDAs FINAL.doc
(Size: 153.5 KB / Downloads: 160)
For more information on the health inequalities programme (phases one to three) click here