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.

Appointment of six Centre Directors

Duncan Selbie announces appointments to six Centre Director posts, and commits PHE to working to improve the health outcomes of the homeless. I am very pleased to say that we have made appointments to six of our eight vacant Centre … Read more → – Appointment of six Centre Directors

Further Centre Directors appointed for Public Health England

Six more Centre Directors have now been appointed for Public Health England, Chief Executive Duncan Selbie has announced. Read the PHE centre director biographies

Transfer of public health staff from PCTs to local authorities – pension provision post 1 April 2013

This letter from the Public Health England Transition Team to Directors of Public  Health and PCT HR Directors sets out the agreement on pension provision for transferring staff, ‘new starters’ post 1 April 2013 and the groups of staff to … Read more → – Transfer of public health staff from PCTs to local authorities – pension provision post 1 April 2013

Public Health England’s Centres and Regions

Duncan Selbie explains the regional structure of Public Health England, and how PHE will interact with other organisations on a local level. Our ‘Going Live’ work programme has drafted a short description of the roles of our 15 Centres and … Read more → – Public Health England’s Centres and Regions

Local leadership, and ‘going live’

Duncan Selbie notes the strength of local leadership across PHE, and is looking forward to ‘going live’. I am enjoying meeting local government leaders, chief executives and their senior teams as well as clinical commissioning groups, public health teams and … Read more → – Local leadership, and ‘going live’