Young people's future health inquiry A first-of-its-kind research and engagement project that aims to build an understanding of the influences affecting the future health of young people
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The inquiry has revealed that the following factors are putting the UK’s 12-24 year-olds at serious risk of ill health later in life:
- a fragmented approach to spending and investment in young people across multiple government departments
- a challenging housing market where more young people are living longer in poor quality, shorter term rental properties and priced out of long term homes
- a job market where young people struggle for secure rewarding work.
Young people’s needs must be put at the centre of government policy making to secure a healthy society.
The final report from the Young people's future health inquiry, bringing together all of the inquiry's learnings and introduc...
New report from the Health Foundation finds young people’s future health at risk
The first report from the Young people's future health inquiry, sharing the learnings from our early engagement work with you...
The second report from the Young people’s future health inquiry, exploring site visits with young people in five locations ar...
Our research programme aimed to build an understanding of the future health prospects of young people.
This working paper uses longitudinal datasets to explore how many young people are accumulating the key asset for future heal...
This paper provides an overview of the evidence on the impact of socioeconomic disadvantage in young people and how this cont...
This paper presents an overview on if the research literature has paid as much attention to the transition to adulthood compa...
This paper provides an overview of evidence on the social determinants of young people’s health.
Experiences between the ages of 12 and 24 play a crucial role in determining young people’s health and wellbeing in the long ...
Zoe is one of the young people who helped with our the research inquiry in North Ayrshire. She talks about some of the key is...
Jo Bibby explains how our Young People's Future Health Inquiry helped us gain a deeper understanding of some of the common ch...
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