Public Health Evidence : Synthesis and Anylsis
Public Health Evidence : Synthesis and Anylsis was the subject name, it focus on the methodology. following is the topic.
MAPH PHE Research Brief
Local Authority: the health and wellbeing of migrant and asylum communities
Sheffield’s Joint Wellbeing Strategy 2012/13 states that the life expectancy gap between the most and least deprived people for 2009-2011 is 8.7 years for men and 7.4 years for women. There are 29 neighbourhoods in the city (a quarter of the city’s population) that are within the 20% most deprived in England.
In Sheffield, some communities and groups experience a much poorer quality of life across all the wider determinants of ill-health. In particular, these groups include looked after children and children with learning difficulties and disabilities, some BME communities, migrant and asylum communities, homeless people, victims of domestic and sexual abuse, carers and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
You have been asked to undertake a scoping exercise to inform the development of a city-wide research project. The aim of the research will be to explore issues relating to the health and wellbeing of migrant and asylum communities
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