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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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Practical guides for well-functioning health and wellbeing boards published

As part of the National Learning Network of health and wellbeing boards, a series of publications have been launched to support the establishment of well-functioning health and wellbeing boards. The products, which launched at the Network’s national summit on 8 … Read more → – Practical guides for well-functioning health and wellbeing boards published

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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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Consultation on new safeguards to protect patients

A consultation on new measures to protect the services that patients need is launched today. The health special administration consultation sets out how safeguards to protect the services that patients need will be extended to NHS services provided by social … Read more → – Consultation on new safeguards to protect patients

Still time to register for Health and Wellbeing Boards Event – 8 November

Are you ready to rise to the challenge for health and wellbeing boards in their role as system leaders? What are the key challenges and how are you – as leaders – going to respond to these? This event is … Read more → – Still time to register for Health and Wellbeing Boards Event – 8 November

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