National Social Marketing Centre

NSMC Launches Health Equity Facebook Page

Wednesday, May 30, 2012 - 12:43

The NSMC is working with The Department of Health (England) and The Institute of Health Equity (UCL) to identify and showcase ways in which social marketing can be used to address the social determinants of health inequalities (SDH).

As part of this work programme, The NSMC has created a Facebook page called NSMC Health Equity which we hope will serve as an engagement portal for social marketers, public health practitioners and other professionals working to address health inequalities at local, regional and national levels.

We welcome any relevant posts, videos, case studies, useful links and/or general comments that you may have.

Please visit the page and join our new Facebook community. 

The NSMC will be posting new content regularly over the coming months.


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