Episode 10 - Anuj Kapilashrami discusses with Jules Pretty global public health - the social determinants of health in multi-disadvantaged populations and how their social position prevents them from achieving their desired level of health and wellbeing.
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Professor, School of Health and Social Care, University of Essex
Anuj Kapilashrami is an Interdisciplinary social scientist trained in Sociology and Public health working in the field of Health Policy and Systems research. She is Professor in Global Health Policy and Equity and Director of Global Engagement & Partnerships in the School of Health & Social Care at University of Essex. Her work lies at the intersections of health policy and development praxis, with particular interest in the social and structural determinants of health, and the rights and equity implications of global public health policy and governance.