Communities Health Inequalities Programme

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A year-long, £300k project co-producing solutions to tackling health inequalities in Brighton and Hove. Using community development principles, CHIP creates partnerships with primary care and communities experiencing the greatest health inequalities.

Over 50,000 people have been reached with information, 8,000 have attended events and 3,000 people have been referred to clinical or preventative activities. Key projects include blood pressure checks, NHS and lung health checks, digital inclusion, and health events.

Aligned with the Integrated Care Board (ICB) priorities, CHIP is a conduit between health and community improving health literacy, access to healthcare, and informing system change. CHIP enables a Return on Investment (ROI) only achievable through the trusted community relations and reach.

CHIP Mid-term Evaluation

Read a report about our Communities Health Inequalities Project. A year-long, £300k project co-producing solutions to tackling health inequalities in Brighton and Hove. Using community development principles, CHIP creates partnerships with primary care and communities experiencing the greatest health inequalities.

CHIP Mid Term Evaluation

CHIP Highlights of the first six months 

Communities Health Inequalities Programme Six month highlights

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