UCL Division of Biosciences


Health Inequalities

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UCL is leading the AHRC/MRC/NERC Mobilizing Cultural and Natural Assets to Combat Health Inequalities programme hosted by the National Centre for Creative Health (NCCH). Prof Helen Chatterjee and Dr Linda Thomson are working closely with the NCCH and other key partners, including the National Academy for Social Prescribing and NHS England’s Personalised Care Group, to draw together evidence and learning from 12 AHRC/MRC/NERC Mobilizing Assets Pilot Projects (and other relevant schemes). The research aims to support the levelling up agenda and offer new insights into ensuring that community assets are revalued and better integrated into UK health systems.


Link to NCCH website Mobilising cultural and natural assets to combat health inequalities

Link to AHRC website Investment in culture and nature to boost the nation's health  

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Listen to Prof Helen Chatterjee’s podcast: How can the arts and creativity tackle health inequalities?