Women’s Health Inequality

HANSARD:

Chi Onwurah 

(Newcastle upon Tyne Central) (Lab)

 The north-east has some of the highest levels of health inequality in the country. North-east women spend more than a quarter of their lives in not good or poor health, which is almost 3 percentage points above the national average. Will the Secretary of State set out the steps that he plans to take to target those areas that already have high levels of inequality? Does he agree that, when he talks about research—I very much welcome the additional research—that should also target areas with high levels of existing inequality, which, unfortunately, is not the case at the moment?

https://hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/2022-07-20/debates/CDEA7A57-0079-4A31-BD9C-E08867EC1F6B/Women%E2%80%99SHealthStrategyForEngland#contribution-994C4C9F-F397-4C46-9523-F563165E943C

 

 

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