Venue: Various locations: Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee

Workshop 1: Understanding your role in tackling inequalities

Delivered, will enable you to:

  • Understand the impact of inequalities on health outcomes
  • Identify the differences between the terms ‘equality’ and ‘equity’
  • Know the right to health framework and its importance in addressing inequalities
  • Reflect on how your own role/service can contribute to reducing health inequalities or support human rights

Dates and locations available are:

Who is this for?

  • Whether you work in the Community and Voluntary Sector, the NHS or Local Authority you may be interested in this interactive training which will take place in cross-sectoral groupings.

Workshop 2: Take steps to measure your impact on health inequalities

Will enable you to understand how to evaluate your activities to prevent health inequalities or mitigate the effects of inequalities by:

Being clear about your reach and the need you are meeting

  • Setting outcomes and indicators to show the difference your organisation makes on health inequalities
  • Collecting evidence to show your impact
  • Identifying longer term or strategic outcomes which are important to your work and explaining your contribution to these outcome

 

Dates and locations available are:

 

Who is this for?

  • Staff or volunteers from any Community/Voluntary Sector organisations will have priority booking, including those that do not typically think of themselves as being in the health field.
  • There will be a limited number of spaces available for public sector representatives who are working in service delivery role.
  • We recommend you attend Workshop 1: Understanding your role in tackling inequalities first but this is not essential  
  • This event is aimed at people who already have evaluation experience.

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