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Cambridge Public Health

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We are an interdisciplinary network of early- and mid-career researchers and practitioners who are interested in promoting health equity across society through high quality research and advocacy. Our approach is collaborative and our interests span local and global health and care inequalities.

We comprise members from a range of disciplines and institutions and are supported by the St. John’s Reading Group on Health Inequalities and Cambridge Public Health.

Areas of interest

  • Primary and community health care
  • Development of inequalities across the life course
  • Addressing social determinants: Health outside of healthcare/organizing, activism, civil society, the shadow state
  • Government, austerity, lack of investment in health and social care systems during COVID
  • Health inequalities, policy and politics


Join the network

If you'd like to find out more about the network or join, please contact Phoebe Heathcote or Ryc Aquino.


Related links

Health Inequalities research pillar

St Johns Reading Group on Health Inequalities