Inequalities and marginalised communities
Our work aims to support the health and social care system to reduce health inequalities within the North East and North Cumbria, as well as nationally.
The PRIME study: PRImary care MEntal health: Interventions to address inequalities in mental health in primary care, systematic reviewRead more
Evaluating the ‘Reading for Wellbeing' project – supporting access to books and reading to promote health and wellbeingRead more
Meet the team
Professor Clare BambraTheme Lead email@example.com
Professor Monique LhussierDeputy Theme Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom HallDeputy Theme Lead email@example.com
Dr Elaine BidmeadSenior Research Fellow firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Steph ScottSenior Research Fellow email@example.com
Dr Jo WildmanResearch Fellow firstname.lastname@example.org
Our theme partners
Our membership includes partners who work across a wide breadth of dimensions of marginalisation, such as carers, people with learning disabilities, rural communities, poverty and disadvantage, ethnic minorities and addictions.