The Foundation is funding a range of work looking at the role of law and legal education as a tool to solve problems and improve the lives of citizens. In this context, the Foundation is supporting Professor Dame Hazel Genn, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies and co-director of the UCL Judicial Institute in the Faculty of Laws at University College London, to explore the ways in which partnerships between health and legal professionals can help to deliver better outcomes for individuals and efficiency savings for the health service. An international workshop, held on 9th November, brought together policy officials, health professionals, commissioners, research funders and health researchers to take this agenda forward. Follow this link to a Storify summary of the event and links to related resources.

https://storify.com/NatalieByrom/health-justice-partnerships-workshop

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