Our CEO's weekly message covers flu vaccine coverage in children, the UK CMO's report on the impact of screen-based activity on children and young people, the latest statistics on alcohol consumption, and PHE's upcoming cardiovascular disease conference.
Duncan Selbie Friday Message
Our CEO's weekly message covers the latest edition of Health Matters, the NHS screening review, cancer survival statistics, and the HIV Innovation Fund.
Dear everyone Every year in England there are 4,500 suicides, equating to 13 people ending their life every day and suicide is the leading cause of death in men under the age of 50. This week the first Cross-Government Suicide …
Our CEO's weekly message covers opportunities of the NHS Long Term Plan, the Government's Clean Air Strategy and celebrating ten years of eBug.
This week our CEO's message reflects on the NHS Long Term Plan and covers the new UK measles and rubella elimination strategy, flu circulation and two cases of extensively drug-resistant gonorrhoea.
This week our CEO's message includes our new Change4Life and Health Harms campaigns, our work with the Centre for Better Ageing, innovative new technology for use in outbreaks and welcoming the new president of the Faculty of Public Health.
PHE’s Chief Executive Duncan Selbie reflects on an eventful 2018 and looks to the year ahead in his final Friday message of the year.
This week the Friday message includes our work programme with Pakistan, funding to help improve the lives of those affected by alcohol, and London becoming the first city to achieve 95-95-95, surpassing the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets for HIV diagnosis, treatment and viral suppression.
Our CEO's weekly message covers important discussions about prevention from the Singapore ministerial conference on diabetes, changes to our National Infection Service leadership, our Disease Detectives series and ten years of the Climate Change Act.
This week the Friday message includes the hepatitis C treatment monitoring in England report, National HIV Testing Week, the findings of a survey exploring the public’s perception of obesity, and the fifth report of the Lancet Standing Commission on Liver Disease in the UK.