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.
The Government’s Green Paper, Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s, marks the official launch of PHE’s Predictive Prevention Programme, delivered in partnership with NHSX. In this blog Professor John Newton, PHE’s Director of Health Improvement, explains the programme.
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.
This blog explores how pharmacy teams can play a role in prevention through opportunistic interventions and commissioned services for six public health challenges.
PHE and the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) are working together to make the case that prevention and promoting good health is an important investment for our country. In this blog PHE’s Finance and Commercial Director Michael Brodie and Chief Economist Brian Ferguson answer questions about the project.
Read more about the first UK-wide Allied Health Professionals strategy and how looking beyond the NHS workforce to other professionals can help prevent illness, promote wellbeing and protect population health.
Find out more about Public Health England's series of new e-learning sessions to boost health professionals’ knowledge and skills dealing with some of the biggest issues in public health.
Caroline Dinenage, Minister of State for Care at the Department of Health and Social Care, explains why we need to look not just at healthcare but to the wider community when it comes to preventing ill health.
Digital technology can play a crucial role in bringing revolutionary changes to how people are supported to live healthier lives. Find out how predictive prevention will play a major part in this.
In this guest blog Matt Hancock MP, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, outlines his vision for prevention.