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Julian Flowers

Julian is a Consultant in Public Health and Director of the Eastern Knowledge and Intelligence Team in Public Health England. He led of PHE’s Longer Lives tool and is interested in the public health potential of primary care and primary data, in reducing premature mortality, and in telling stories with data. Prior to joining PHE, Julian was director of the Eastern Public Health Observatory, and Quality Intelligence east, the quality observatory in the East of England.

Julian has worked in commissioning , clinical effectiveness and health technology assessment and in the dim and distant past was a hospital general physician with and interest in GI and respiratory disease.

The COVID-19 dashboard: bringing together data and statistics in one place

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Keeping the public and leaders across government and the health care sector informed about the progress of the coronavirus pandemic is a critical part of controlling the spread of infection. Find out how the COVID-19 dashboard is bringing all the essential data and statistics about COVID-19 in the UK together into one place.

#Datablog: Our data at your fingertips

Public Health England was created from a large number of organisations and we inherited a lot of data tools and profiles, many of which are accessible via our data gateway. The number of resources by broad category is shown in the graph …

Data blog: Deaths in the 21st century - 12 years, 1300 causes, 6 million deaths

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Next month the premature and preventable mortality data in the Public Health Outcomes Framework and in Longer Lives is being updated and refreshed. Mortality and dying data is a subject that generates much debate and mortality statistics are often in the news. …