London Deep End
Health Equity Leadership

Our virtual London Deep End Health Equity leadership platform started on 12 September 2020 and it is an inclusive leadership movement for fairer systems and healthier places.
Our movement started with six people and has now grown to over 250 leaders advocating for fairer systems and healthier places. A paper describing this journey has now been published. 'Creating a Deep End virtual community for health equity in London: collaboration through connection'

Joining things up

A small thoughtful group of leaders met on 12 January 2024 in London to explore how to begin the transition of the London Deep End Health Equity movement into the system place. The conversation covered bringing climate health creation into the Deep End and health equity into Climate Net Zero and to coordinate work with Greener Practice London and Fairsteps.

You can watch the video of this meeting on the right. 
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IN CONVERSATION - Click on the image below to listen


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We are having a meeting in Jan 2024 and will send more information about a future reference group.

For more information, please contact Dr Liliana Risi, Emeritus Provost RCGP, North East London Faculty LRISI@nhs.net

Our flag

The 'London Deep End Health Equity' logo captures the shades of green, which is climate health creation, the curve of the Thames from West to East, from pocket to blanket deprivation and the leaf of the plane tree which is all over London potentially bringing the most benefits for air quality and shade.

The logo name also includes the starting point 'Deep End' i.e., areas of deprivation and the destination 'Health Equity'. It is also a broader movement than General Practice to capture population rather than provider driven health. The flag was originally conceptualised in North West London by Tamara Joffe, Chad Hockey, Mandekh Hussain and Petrou Loukia. As the Deep End movement spread across London then Anita Berlin, Honey Birch and Liliana Risi contributed so that the flag incorporated the Thames to capture the Deep End across London.
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