Voluntary Health Scotland in partnership with CVS Inverclyde
Living in the Gap: Health Inequalities in Scotland – a discussion as part of the Adult Health Network meeting CVS Inverclyde
29 February 2016 10am – 12 mid-day
Venue: CVS Inverclyde
Voluntary Health Scotland will present the results of Living in the Gap – a voluntary health sector perspective on health inequalities in Scotland
Join us for the free event, in partnership with CVS Inverclyde, to discuss health inequalities in Scotland. Voluntary Health Scotland launched their report ‘Living in the Gap: a voluntary health sector perspective on health inequalities in Scotland’ earlier this year.
The report highlighted the strength and vital work contributed by the sector, but also highlighted the need for further recognition. We will look to discuss the report findings and the wider issues of health inequalities in Scotland.
If you work in the health sector in Inverclyde and would like to know more please contact Lesley Munro