We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
With the Social Progress Imperative, we've developed the first neighbourhood level, health-focused social progress index of its kind.
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Barbara is the Programme Director for our multiple long-term conditions programme.
Barbara dedicates her career to tackling social, economic and health inequity.
As Programme Director at Impact on Urban Health, her ambition is to make cities healthier places to live for renters, workers, and people on modest incomes. She wants minoritised people to have a fairer chance to experience good health.
Previously, she improved frontline healthcare in Africa and Asia as Director of Evidence to Action at Marie Stopes International, enabling the delivery of sexual and reproductive services. Her background spans philanthropy, international development, business, social enterprise and applied social sciences.
In her spare time, she is a passionate Londoner and admirer of all the great things the city offers.
Multiple long-term conditions
The State of Health and Care 2022 report exposes the significant changes needed to get the NHS on track. Our Programme Director for multiple long-term conditions, Barbara Reichwein, argues that this needs to start with supporting the health of the NHS workforce.
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Exploring people’s progression to multiple long-term conditions in an urban environment
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