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.

Join the Department of Health at this year’s National Children and Adult Services Conference (NCAS)

The NCAS conference is a key event in the health and social care diary. It brings together health and care leaders and policy makers from across local and central government, voluntary and private sectors. This year, the conference takes place between … Read more → – Join the Department of Health at this year’s National Children and Adult Services Conference (NCAS)

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Aligning research and science

Duncan Selbie on the latest developments for Public Health England There will be many opportunities over coming weeks and months to flesh out our priorities as we agree work programmes with the Secretary of State, the Local Government Association and … Read more → – Aligning research and science

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The opportunity we’ve been waiting for

Duncan Selbie asks public health leaders to be bold and take advantage of the generational opportunity to achieve real benefits for the public’s health Last Monday saw the NHS Commissioning Board start work and we are now entering the final … Read more → – The opportunity we’ve been waiting for

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Science and research ‘will be at heart of our work’

Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive Designate of Public Health England, on the latest developments for Public Health England I want to focus this week on the importance of our science and research base.  I know our staff working in microbiology and … Read more → – Science and research ‘will be at heart of our work’

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Focus on Stoptober and the Chrysalis programme

Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive Designate of Public Health England, on the latest developments for Public Health England I have asked Professor George Griffin, Professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at St George’s, University of London, to undertake a due diligence … Read more → – Focus on Stoptober and the Chrysalis programme

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