Members of our Climate & Health Research Cluster, discuss the findings of our latest briefing, ‘The public health case for a Green New Deal’, in the BMJ Opinion.
Members of our Economic Justice & Health Group write in the BMJ discussing their experiences as frontline health workers during the pandemic, where they have had to treat both COVID-19 & the symptoms of harmful economic policies. Their article also draws upon the findings of our latest briefing paper, ‘Health Versus Wealth? UK economic policy and public health during COVID-19’.
Our Research Manager, Dr Hilary Aked, wrote for Red Pepper Magazine, shedding light upon the implementation & impacts of the Prevent counter-extremism policy on mental health services.
Daniel Carter, an Epidemiologist and member of our Economic Justice & Health Group, wrote in the BMJ about why protecting renters will help us minimise the public health impact of a second wave of COVID-19.
The BJGP Life discussed some of the findings from our report ‘False Positives: the Prevent counter-extremism policy in healthcare’, with a focus on the racial disproportionality in NHS referrals to Prevent.
Medact Manchester member, Piyush Pushkar, wrote a blog for the BMA, discussing some of the findings from our report ‘False Positives: the Prevent counter-extremism policy in healthcare’.
People with mental health problems are more likely to be referred to government’s counterterrorism programme
The BMJ covered the findings of our report ‘False Positives: the Prevent counter-extremism policy in healthcare’.
Retired consultant paediatrician and co-chair of Keep Our NHS Public, John Puntis, writes for the BMJ about Medact’s Patients Not Passports briefing paper and our Migrant Solidarity Group’s recent research revealing the true impact of the Hostile Environment on children’s health.