This week our Chief Executive's message covers COVID-19, HIV in older people, longevity, Women and Girls in Science, and behaviour change.
Duncan Selbie is the founding Chief Executive of Public Health England. Prior to 2013, he was Chief Executive of Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals, the regional teaching hospital for the south east of England. From 2003 to 2007 he was the Director General of Programmes and Performance for the NHS and subsequently its first Director General of Commissioning. Prior to this, he was Chief Executive of South East London Strategic Health Authority and before that Chief Executive of the South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust. He joined the NHS in January 1980.
This week our CEO's message includes a 2019-nCoV update, PHE's seventh annual cardiovascular disease prevention conference, and the upcoming Heads Up Weekend.
This week our CEO's message includes a 2019-nCoV update, the NIHR's new research investment, cancer registration data, PHE's IANPHI award, and the appointment of our new Regional Director for London.
This week our CEO's message includes the novel coronavirus outbreak, vaping, loneliness, declining HPV infection and MenB disease rates, the Faculty of Public Health's new strategy, and PHE's new Health Matters edition on physical activity.
This week our CEO's message includes community-centred actions to address health inequalities, our 2019 report on HIV in the UK, chlamydia screening, Birmingham's draft transport plan, the Inaugural Temrt award, and Jo Churchill MP's visit to PHE Porton.
This week our CEO's message includes PHE's partnership with Boots, Every Mind Matters, the year of the nurse and midwife, flu detectors and Health Matters.
PHE’s Chief Executive Duncan Selbie reflects on an eventful 2019 and looks to the year ahead in his final Friday message of the year.
The road ahead for the public’s health is one of great opportunity, and one we must seize with all our energy. Our CEO Duncan Selbie discusses prevention, PHE's new five year strategy and our first infection's disease strategy.
Dear everyone Firstly, congratulations to the Right Honourable Matt Hancock MP who has been reappointed as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. Prevention Green Paper This week saw the publication of the Prevention Green Paper, offering everyone the …
The Government has published a Prevention Green Paper setting out how it plans to embed the principle ‘prevention is better than cure’ across wider society. PHE’s Chief Executive Duncan Selbie discusses what this could mean for the public’s health.