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Official feed of Public Health England (PHE) providing regular news updates on the work of the organisation.
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Public Health England 1h
Our updated overview of key intelligence and clinical information on emerging drug-related health harms is now live. Find out the latest information in our brief summary here:
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Public Health England 2h
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Responsibility for commissioning sexual health, reproductive health and HIV services is shared across local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and NHS England. Read more about this our latest edition of :
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Public Health England 4h
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The effectiveness of first-line treatment for gonorrhoea continues to be threatened by antimicrobial resistance. Find out more about this in the latest , which focuses on preventing 5 common STIs, including gonorrhoea:
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Public Health England 5h
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The National HPV Immunisation Programme could prevent over 64,000 HPV-related cervical cancers and almost 50,000 other HPV-related cancers by 2058. Find out more in our latest edition of on preventing STIs:
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Public Health England 5h
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The diagnosis rates of STIs remain greatest in young heterosexuals aged 15 to 24 years, BME populations, MSM, and people in the most deprived deciles. Read more about STIs and inequalities in the new :
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Public Health England 6h
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Although HIV testing is increasing, the number of all new HIV diagnoses has declined over the past decade, with a substantial decrease over the past 3 years. Read more about this and STIs in the new :
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Public Health England 6h
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Sexually transmitted infections are a major public health concern and there was a 5% increase between 2017 and 2018 in the total number of new diagnoses made at sexual health services in England. Find out more in :
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Public Health England 7h
📢 Today we launched a new edition of focusing on the prevention of 5 common sexually transmitted infections. Read the full edition:
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Prof Jamie Waterall RN 8h
August edition of the e-Bulletin now published. Foreword by Professor John Newton. View now 👉
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Public Health England 20h
Our Annual Conference takes place soon and will focus on areas where we can collectively make the greatest improvements in health and reduce health inequalities. 🎟️ Get your ticket to join us on 10 and 11 September: |
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Public Health England 22h
The 10 Minute Shake Up with Disney campaign is back to get kids moving more! Find out how your kids can get active like their favourite characters:
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Public Health England 24h
It’s almost time for school to start but 1 in 7 five-year olds have yet to be fully immunised, meaning they aren’t protected against some potentially serious diseases. Check your child’s red book to see if they are up to date:
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Public Health England Aug 20
The next edition of focuses on preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Sign up to attend the launch teleconference taking place tomorrow between 13:45 and 14:30:
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Public Health England Aug 20
We’re supporting the new coexisting severe mental illness and substance misuse quality standard released today:
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Public Health England Aug 20
In 2017 the declared that the UK had eliminated measles. However, that elimination status has not been maintained. Our blog explores the reasons for the change in status, and ongoing efforts to protect the population from measles 👇
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Department of Health and Social Care Aug 20
We’ve announced a funding boost into local communities to better support children and young people in managing their . 👇 Here's where the funding is being delivered
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Public Health England Aug 20
On 23 September we’re attending , a key rare disease event organised by to bring stakeholders together to share best practice and focus on . Book your place at here:
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Department of Health and Social Care Aug 19
Today we’ve announced £3.3 million of funding to expand local projects supporting children and young people’s . More info on our commitment to transform mental health services: ▶️ | |
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Public Health England Aug 19
Actions to tackle obesity at a local level benefit more than just people’s health and it is important to understand these benefits to engage different stakeholders in the whole systems approach. Find out more in :
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Public Health England Aug 19
We have updated our Alcohol CLeaR guidance and self-assessment tool to help support a local partnership approach to reducing alcohol-related harm. Local areas can now also make use of a CLeaR peer review process to validate their self-assessment findings:
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