RCP Medicine podcast Professor Sir Michael Marmot on health inequity
Click below to listen to two fantastic podcasts with Professor Sir Michael Marmot Dr Jasmine Lee discuss the impact of social determinants of health inequity looking at research and policies over the years, the important relationship they have to the health of our population and the impact of the Coronavirus-19 pandemic.
Professor Sir Michael Marmot is a Professor of Epidemiology at University College London, the Director of the UCL Institute of Health Equity and the author of The Health Gap: the challenge of an unequal world (Bloomsbury: 2015). He has over four decades of experience leading research teams on health inequities and chaired commissions.
Dr Jasmine Lee is a palliative medicine specialist registrar and trainee, RCP clinical education fellow and Association of Palliative Medicine trainees committee co-chair based in London.
Once you have listened to the two podcasts check out the further resources below including an online course developed by the RCP aimed as an introduction to the social determinants of health and a Kings Fund report summarising the current evidence of the impact of health inequalities on the difference in opportunities and care that people receive.
RCP Medicine podcast with Professor Sir Michael Marmot on health equity parts 1 and 2