Exploring public attitudes and experiences of health inequalities

The Health Foundation invites tenders for its call on exploring public attitudes and experiences of health inequalities. The tenderer will design and run a public engagement exercise that will inform a national conversation about health inequalities in the UK. The purpose of this work is to:

  1. explore what life is like for people in different circumstances across the socio-economic spectrum in order to build a better understanding of health inequalities;
  2. provide insight into how people understand health inequalities in terms of how prevalent they are, their causes and implications;
  3. understand public views on the findings and proposed policy solutions of the Marmot review – ten years on.

The contract is worth between £100,000 and £120,000 and lasts for approximately six months.

Closing date 17 Oct 19

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