As we start to see more coronavirus cases in the UK, and more widespread community transmission of the virus, further measures to reduce the contact people have with each other may be needed. In this blog we explain what these measures, sometimes referred to as social distancing, mean.
As more cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) appear in the UK, we outline 5 things you can do to protect yourself and your community.
The latest edition of Health Matters focuses on smoking among the population of people living with a broad range of mental health conditions. Read this blog for a summary of the full edition's content.
Ten years on from his original report, Michael Marmot and the Institute of Health Equity have published the 'Marmot review 10 years on' report. In this blog we look at some of the work PHE is doing to reduce health inequalities, including the developing priorities set out in our new 5-year strategy for 2020-2025.
COVID-19 - In this blog, we will explain what self-isolation is, why it is important, and which groups are currently being advised to self-isolate.
2020 is the WHO Year of the Nurse and Midwife. Read this blog about how PHE has been working with Health Education England's e-Learning for Healthcare team to develop a series of resources for health and care professions, as part of the All Our Health programme.
One of the ways we protect the public from infectious diseases like novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is contact tracing. In this blog Nick Phin, Deputy Director at PHE’s National Infections Service answers some questions about how this works.