Tackling inequalities through health and social care design – online course

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On Tuesday (29th May) the University of Dundee and the Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre launched a free online course – Tackling Inequalities through Health and Social Care Design.

The course is open to all health and social care professionals and is free to join at any time. By gaining a better understanding of the causes and impact of health inequalities and learning about quality improvement, it is hoped that practitioners will improve their practice and consider inequality issues such as access when delivering care and designing services.

The course runs over four weeks, and will take around three hours per week, if learners choose to complete all readings and activities.

You can get more information or sign up here.

Published 6th June, 2017

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