The Association for Young People’s Health (AYPH) is currently recruiting for a three year, full time post funded by the Health Foundation to focus on the health inequalities affecting particular groups of young people.
The AYPH/HF Inequalities Policy Fellow will be responsible for a programme of activities designed to take the lead in raising understanding of health inequalities in the 12-24 age group. They will spearhead a new movement to get the issue on policy agendas and to the attention of front line practitioners. This will include producing new and innovative resources to help people get a grasp on the issues, bringing people and sectors together to break down barriers, and galvanising thinking about solutions. The Fellow will work alongside four other similar policy fellows, the Health Foundation and senior AYPH staff, in order improve outcomes for young people. More information about the role and a job pack can be found on their website.