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New public health system takes shape as more details published

More details on the design of the new public health system, including the role and responsibilities of local government in public health, the operating model for the new executive agency Public Health England and an overview of how the whole … Read more → – New public health system takes shape as more details published

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Transforming Public Health bulletin – November 2011

In this month’s issue: an update from Anita Marsland, the Transition Managing Director for Public Health England (PHE) Chris Bull, Chief Executive of Herefordshire Council and chair of the engagement group talks about ‘Public Health Engagement Group and partnership working’ … Read more → – Transforming Public Health bulletin – November 2011

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Timeline for developing Public Health England

Public Health England is due to take on its full responsibilities in April 2013 and will be an executive agency of the Department of Health, subject to Parliamentary approval. Following publication of Healthy lives, healthy people in July 2011 a … Read more → – Timeline for developing Public Health England

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Working in partnership to transform the public health system

Several groups and forums have been set up to support the work of the Public Health England transition team and ensure that the Department of Health involves key partners throughout the process of developing and finalising policy for the new … Read more → – Working in partnership to transform the public health system

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New engagement group to support public health system reform work

A Public Health Engagement Group has been set up to support the work the Department of Health is doing to produce a series of public health system reform updates. Chris Bull, Chief Executive of Herefordshire Council, has been asked by … Read more → – New engagement group to support public health system reform work

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