Episode 381: Poverty – the impact it has on health and what we can do about it
In episode 381, Mike and James invite Gary Bloch to talk in detail about the impact of poverty on health, and more importantly what can we do about it for our patients. In particular, we start to discuss a very useful clinical tool for dealing with poverty in primary care.
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2) The Clinical Tool on Poverty
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7) UK Social Prescribing – evidence
8) Taking action on the social determinants of health in clinical practice: a framework for health professionals
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