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Health Inequalities Research Network (HERON)

The Health Inequalities Research Network (HERON) is an international public engagement network aimed at people involved in action and research in inequalities in health and health service use. It brings together people from the community, local charities, public health researchers and health practitioners with a vision of having a collaborative approach to research in the community.

Find out more about HERON using the links on this page. You can also follow us on twitter and join us on facebook to be kept informed of news and upcoming events.



October 2016 

HERON's director, Dr Stephani Hatch recently won the Diversity in the Workplace King's Award 2016. For more information see here

HERON co-hosted 'Cancel the Sunshine', a a play exploring experiences of living with mental illness for Black History Month 2016 with FOUNT// and IoPPN Diversity & Inclusion. For more information see here.  

In October 2016 HERON was longlisted for the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) Engage Competition, which recognises and rewards high quality examples of public engagement in practice.

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