In this blog, we walk through the facts about the top diseases that affected or killed many people in the Victorian era and at other points in history.
Read the latest edition of Health Matters to find out why NHS providers should be implementing the new screening and brief advice for tobacco and alcohol use in inpatient settings CQUIN.
The guidance for Zika virus has changed. This blog explains the new advice and why it has been updated.
As adults in employment spend a large proportion of their time in work, our jobs and our workplaces can have a big impact on our health and wellbeing. The latest edition of Health Matters suggests some actions that all employers can take to ensure the health and wellbeing of their workforce.
Find out more about the top 10 public health priorities within the NHS Long Term Plan.
We understand that the recent incidents in Amesbury and Salisbury involving nerve agent Novichok will cause concern about possible health risks. This blog will answer the questions we are getting asked the most and provide you with our most up-to-date …
Being active is essential for good health and it’s often said that “if physical activity were a drug, we’d talk about it as a miracle cure.” To mark the launch of the latest stage of the One You Active10 campaign, …
Local elections will be taking place on Thursday 3 May 2018. Like many other public sector organisations, we will be communicating in-line with the guidance for the Civil Service in the pre-election period. Though we will continue to publish data, …
We hope our latest edition of Health Matters – on the subject of “Using NHS Health Checks to optimise CVD care” – will help you and other professionals by compiling key facts, figures and evidence of effective interventions.
We hope our latest edition of Health Matters – on the subject of “Productive healthy ageing and musculoskeletal (MSK) health” – will help you and other health professionals by compiling key facts, figures and evidence of effective interventions.