Health Poverty Index website launched

The Health Poverty Index (HPI) visualisation tool allows users to explore levels of “health poverty” for different groups, differentiated by either geography, social or economic position and cultural identity.
The project is a joint collaboration between the Department of Geography and Geosciences, University of St Andrews, the South East Public Health Observatory (SEPHO), the University of Oxford, and Oxford Consultants for Social Inclusion (OCSI), which is sponsored by the Department of Health. For further details see http://www.hpi2.org.uk/.

 


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