We’re pleased to bring you our round-up highlighting some of PHE’s online activity from the past week. Here’s your chance to catch up on what you might have missed including:
We've published the third edition of Health Matters and this latest issue looks at harmful drinking and alcohol dependence. Health Matters is a resource for public health professionals, which brings together important facts, figures and evidence of effective interventions to tackle major public health problems. PHE's Professor Kevin Fenton explains the latest edition in this video:
New Health Matters content includes a harmful drinking toolkit blog, outlining resources and information available to help support professionals in making an impact locally. You can also download a suite of infographics for use in your social media and presentations. For updates, sign up to our e-bulletin and please do take a look at the new slides on our Slide Share.
Ebola - on the ground in West Africa
Read a new blog about the experiences of Elisabetta Groppelli who was deployed to Sierra Leone to support Public Health England’s response efforts in fighting Ebola.
We're sponsoring the prevention prize at the BMJ awards this year, and the deadline for entries (to all categories) has been extended to January 29.
Hypertension regional profiles
This week we launched a series of hypertension profiles for each clinical commissioning group and lower tier local authority. The profiles show each local authority how well it is doing in detecting and treating high blood pressure by comparing its performance with that of similar authorities and with the rest of England. You can read a new blog for more information on how these can be used.
Food procurement and the environment
The latest blog from our 'Health in a Changing climate' series discuses how food procurement and sustainable catering have an impact on our environment.
Change4Life Sugar Smart
This week saw the new Sugar Smart phone app reach one million downloads. Find out more about the campaign in this video: