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Encouraging safer sexual behaviour with high quality services

We know that young adults remain the age group most at risk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in England. Public Health England’s latest national data show that, in 2013, 15-24 year olds experienced around two thirds of all chlamydia cases …

Open innovation: big opportunities and a few challenges

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“Open innovation” has become one of the most popular business “buzzword” terms of the 21st century. Developed more than a decade ago by Henry Chesborough of the University of California, Berkeley, the concept is fairly straightforward: none of us has a …

At the heart of it all: personalised care and population health

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This is the title of our second national conference focused on maximising the contribution of nurses, midwives, health visitors and allied health professionals (AHPs) to protecting and improving the public’s health.  Personalised care and population health is also the name …

Creating an effective ‘Platform’ for partnership working

Posted by: , Posted on: - Categories: Midlands and East of England, Reducing the burden of disease

A key aspect of PHE’s vision is the recognition that our work on improving and protecting health and on reducing health inequalities is best done in partnership with others: no one organisation can deliver in isolation our society’s ambitions for …