Coventry: A Marmot City - Developing a framework for action and evaluation
PHE ePoster Library. Martino L. 09/11/18; 221433; 133
Dr. Lina Martino
Dr. Lina Martino
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Abstract BackgroundFrom 2013 to 2015, Coventry was one of seven UK 'Marmot cities' with a target to reduce persisting health inequalities through acting on wider determinants. Following the success of Coventry's partnership approach, the UCL Institute of Health Equity committed to work with Coventry City Council for a further three years to deliver an updated and refined programme, supported by Public Health England. The aim of this project was to develop a robust set of indicators to assess the impact of the refreshed programme, reflecting overarching priorities around young people and economic growth.MethodA logic model was used to link the diverse programme elements to short- and long-term outcomes, focusing on key areas to reduce cumulative disadvantage from early childhood to working age:1) Build resilience, aspiration & mental health in young people;2) Improve levels of education, employment & training;3) Help vulnerable people into work;4) Improve quality of jobs.These priorities were mapped onto the policy objectives set out in the Marmot review and linked to indicators from local and national data sources. Outcomes and recommendations Using a logic model approach allows inputs into the programme from various partner organisations to be linked to specific health outcomes and identifies gaps in inputs, processes or outputs. The model provides a framework for developing action, monitoring and evaluation plans for tackling health inequalities at a population level, and can be adapted to reflect local priorities.
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