Public Health England

Public Health England has been established to protect and improve the nation’s health and wellbeing, and to reduce inequalities. It will take up its full powers on 1 April 2013.

People transition for Public Health England

Public health staff will soon receive confirmation on their role in PHE, Duncan Selbie announces The people transition for Public Health England is now really getting into gear. This week we told over 70 organisations, who have staff joining PHE, … Read more → – People transition for Public Health England

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The importance of working with the voluntary and community sector

Duncan Selbie highlights the importance of bringing people and communities together in order to truly address health inequalities I had a very positive experience on Monday in being introduced to the voluntary sector strategic partners and listening to how we … Read more → – The importance of working with the voluntary and community sector

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Continuing international partnerships amid the transition to PHE

Duncan Selbie shares positive developments for Public Health England in both international partnerships and across local government Last week’s announcement of a proposed common basis for food labelling, with support from the main supermarkets, was the culmination of years of … Read more → – Continuing international partnerships amid the transition to PHE

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New directors appointed for Public Health England

New directors for Public Health England have been appointed, Chief Executive Designate Duncan Selbie has announced. Duncan Selbie welcomed the appointment of members of the executive agency’s new senior management team. He said: “I am very glad to say we … Read more → – New directors appointed for Public Health England

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PHE new national team close to completion

Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive Designate of Public Health England, on the new appointments to PHE’s senior management team I know that everything on HR is taking so much longer than anyone originally imagined.  I do understand how difficult it is … Read more → – PHE new national team close to completion

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