Event: 14th January 2022 – Ethnic health inequalities in later life


Ethnic health inequalities in later life

New research from the Universities of Sussex and Manchester looks at ethnic inequalities in health in later life – specifically, how they vary with age; whether levels of inequality have changed over time; and to what extent they can be explained by socioeconomic inequality and self-reported experiences of racism and racial discrimination.

In this webinar researchers from the University of Sussex will present the findings of this research accompanied by insights from ethnic minority individuals and professionals working in primary care and public health.

  • Chair: Patrick Vernon OBE, Associate Director – Communities, Centre for Ageing Better
  • Dr Sara Stopforth, Research Fellow, University of Sussex
  • Dr Habib Naqvi MBE, Director, NHS Race and Health Observatory
  • Other speakers to be confirmed

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