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Identifying health inequalities: the Whitehall study

in this video Daisy Payling and Chris Olver discuss the impact of socio eonomic status on health.

In this video Archivist Chris Olver and Research Fellow Daisy Payling discuss the Whitehall Study. They explain what it was, why it was significant and the impact it had on future health studies.

Do you feel socio-economic status still plays a role in health outcomes in your society, or has this been appropriately addressed through health interventions?

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