About us

The Deep End movement has the aim of raising the profile of and of championing General Practice in the most socioeconomically deprived areas. 

There are a number of factors which make working in general practice in these areas more challenging, these include: The Inverse Care Law, whereby populations with the most healthcare demand have the least access to healthcare resources. Increasing health inequality, difficulties accessing health for underserved groups, a lack of medical education in this and a lack of research.

Inspired by the Deep End Scotland , the Deep End Yorkshire and Humber was set in 2015 with the guiding objectives being:

For more information read here our BJGP article written when Deep End Yorkshire and Humber was created.

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