Social determinants of health: a positive manifesto for public health

  1. Michael Craig Watson, trustee,
  2. Karen E Neil, trustee
  1. Institute of Health Promotion and Education, Altrincham, UK
  1. mcwatson100{at}

Hiam and colleagues outline the problem of deteriorating health across the UK and emphasise that without urgent action, inequalities will continue to increase.1

The Institute of Health Promotion and Education has developed a manifesto for health with 10 recommendations to tackle these problems.2 The manifesto does not focus on telling people in poverty what they should be doing, but rather emphasises …

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