An online self assessment tool for Primary Care Networks in the UK
This online tool will help your Primary Care Network to assess its engagement with Inclusion Health groups. These are the groups identified as experiencing the worst health inequalities in the UK.
The tool consists of five sections and takes around 10 minutes to complete. Primary Care Networks that score highly across the 22 inclusion health metrics can download an Inclusion Health Quality Mark and use this across communications materials.
Once you have completed the self-assessment, you will be provided with a completely unique and tailored guide to support your Primary Care Network to embed action on tackling health inequalities into its everyday activities.
There are over a trillion combinations of the guidance. This includes guidance on responding to diverse communications needs, managing population health and assessing needs of Inclusion Health groups, and templates for providing medical evidence for housing, benefits, and more.
The tool, which is supported by NHS England and NHS Improvement, was developed by Doctors of the World UK in collaboration with Friends, Families and Travellers, Homeless Link, National Ugly Mugs, and Stonewall Housing, with input from Primary Care Networks, organisations specialising in work with Inclusion Health groups, and people experiencing health inequalities.
Aldenham Primary Care Network’s guide to
tackling health inequalities amongst Inclusion
A tailored guide designed to help your Primary Care Network prevent and address health and social inequalities experienced by groups of people at risk of or living with extremely poor health as a result of poverty, marginalisation, multi-morbidity, and social exclusion.