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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 3h
Why have we chosen to work with to reduce the harms of alcohol? Our chief executive, Duncan Selbie, discusses:
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Public Health England 6h
The next edition of looks at 'Stopping smoking: what works?', and will go live later this month. Join us for the launch teleconference on 25 September at 10:45 to learn more about quitting routes and evidence for effectiveness:
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Public Health England 8h
Tackling smoking provides the biggest opportunity for making services across the entire health and care system more sustainable:
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FPH 10h
We’re working with to help them develop their local authority dashboard - specifically around which wider determinants of health should be included in the tool. Take this survey to tell us what's most important to you ➡️
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Public Health England 11h
Clearing up some myths around e-cigarettes: "E-cigarettes do seem to be a bit like Marmite, courting controversy among the public and media alike..."
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Public Health England 13h
Heading to this week? Stop by stand 1441 to find out how we warn people about the risks of hot and cold weather, space weather and UV. We'll also be looking at how infections spread - running a live outbreak simulation!
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Public Health England 14h
We are working with the alcohol education charity , encouraging middle-aged drinkers to take more days off from alcohol as a way of reducing their health risks:
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Public Health England 15h
We are piloting a new series of evidence syntheses publications. In this blog we explain what these are, who they are for, a little about the process and how the series will complement other existing work:
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Public Health England 17h
In England, two thirds of premature deaths and ill health could be prevented by addressing key risk factors. The All Our Health framework calls on all health and care professionals to embed prevention within their day to day practice:
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Public Health England 18h
Smoking and obesity are among the leading risk factors for morbidity, associated with conditions including CVD, respiratory diseases, MSK conditions, diabetes and most cancers. Learn more about the state of the nation's health in here:
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Public Health England Sep 18
The next edition of looks at 'Stopping smoking: what works?', and will go live later this month. Join us for the launch teleconference on 25 September at 10:45 to learn more about quitting routes and evidence for effectiveness:
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Public Health England Sep 18
Inequalities in health undermine not only the health of the people but also our economy. We must ensure prevention is at the centre of the NHS long term plan: More in :
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Public Health England Sep 18
Flu makes thousands of people seriously ill every winter and the flu vaccine is the best protection we have against it. Read about the newly available flu vaccine for people age 65 and over, which could prevent 700 deaths, in our blog:
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Public Health England Sep 18
Over 1600 public health colleagues attended our 6th annual conference held at . This was our best and biggest conference packed with bold discussions, insightful presentations and opportunities for shared learning. Take a look at the highlights:
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Public Health England Sep 18
: Our Health Economic Evidence Resource lays out the steps needed to evaluate the evidence behind a public health intervention. Find out more in our blog:
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Public Health England Sep 17
We have built a strong foundation for musculoskeletal public health in England. Read about this journey in our case study published in the Panorama journal:
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Public Health England Sep 17
New university students urged to get meningitis vaccine: via
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Public Health England Sep 17
mental health to be treated equally with physical health. We’re looking forward to the on the 9th of October:
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Public Health England Sep 17
Musculoskeletal conditions constitute the greatest cause of disability worldwide and in the UK. Our case study published today in the Panorama journal explains the whole-system approach to the prevention of MSK conditions in England:
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Prof Jamie Waterall RN Sep 17
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