Public Health Evidence Briefing 27-01-20

Public Health Evidence Briefing for 27th January 2020. A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last week or so. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. Coronavirus: Key information and resources
  2. Promoting physical activity to manage long-term conditions
  3. The burden of disease in England compared with 22 peer countries
  4. Mental health needs of young people involved with gangs
  5. HPV vaccine drives cancer causing infections down to very low levels
  6. Increasing uptake for vaccinations: maximising the role of councils
  7. Determinants of mental health
  8. The King’s Fund strategy 2020–24: towards better, fairer health and care
  9. Inequalities: people living in the most deprived areas of England experience worse NHS care
  10. Adult social care statistics in England
  11. Technology and mental health of CYP
  12. Land use: Policies for a Net Zero UK

and much more!

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Public Health Evidence Briefing 20-01-20

Public Health Evidence Briefing for 20th January 2020. A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last week or so. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. The English local government public health reforms: an independent assessment
  2. HIV in the United Kingdom: towards zero HIV transmissions by 2030, 2019 report
  3. Survey of people living with HIV
  4. The economic influence of the NHS at the local level
  5. Community-centred public health: taking a whole system approach
  6. Beyond parity of esteem: achieving parity of resource, access and outcome for mental health in England
  7. Information on the health and care of people with learning disabilities
  8. Sepsis and mortality

and much more!

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Public Health Evidence Briefing 13-01-20

Public Health Evidence Briefing for 13th January 2020. A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last week or so. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. Collaborative commissioning for sexual health, reproductive health and HIV – evaluation
  2. Disease Detectives: Flu detectors
  3. Mental health policy in England
  4. Healthy social media
  5. Access to child and adolescent mental health services in 2019
  6. Connecting up the care: supporting London’s children exposed to domestic abuse, parental mental ill-health and parental substance abuse
  7. Positive ageing
  8. Together in the 2020s: twenty ideas for creating a Britain for all ages by 2030
  9. Improving healthcare through collaborative communities – funding opportunity

and much more!

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Public Health Evidence Briefing 06-01-20

Health Evidence Matters brings you the first Public Health Briefing for 2020.
A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last couple of weeks. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. Health matters: stopping smoking – what works?
  2. Take a minute for mental health
  3. Fine particulate pollution and CVD health outcomes
  4. Single parents’ wellbeing evaluation
  5. The Failure of Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services 2019
  6. Global tobacco use trends
  7. Gambling and young people’s health and wellbeing
  8. Children in care
  9. Health inequalities: a public health challenge for European policy makers
  10. Top 20 public health achievements of the 21st century
  11. Health and social care staff honoured in New Year’s list

and much much more!

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Public Health Evidence Briefing 23-12-19

Please note that the next edition of this evidence briefing will be on Monday 6th January.
Health Evidence Matters wishes you a happy and peaceful Christmas.

Public Health Evidence Briefing for 23rd December 2019. A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last week or so. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. Public health commissioning
  2. Infections among people who inject drugs in the UK
  3. First longitudinal analysis to show e-cigarette use as an independent risk factor for respiratory disease
  4. National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Safety in Mental Health
  5. Specialist perinatal mental health services
  6. Making homelessness strategies happen
  7. A whole systems approach to tackling childhood tooth decay
  8. Global health and security: threats and opportunities
  9. Festive Fun from the BMJ

and much much more!

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Public Health Evidence Briefing 16-12-19

Public Health Evidence Briefing for 16th December 2019. A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last week or so. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. Effects of physical activity calorie equivalent food labelling to reduce food selection and consumption
  2. Social inequalities in multimorbidity, frailty, disability, and transitions to mortality
  3. Clustering of suicides in children and adolescents
  4. Adult social care and wellbeing policy in the four nations of the UK
  5. WHO: Tailoring Immunization Programmes
  6. Towards the routine commissioning of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)
  7. Out-of-hospital care for people who are homeless
  8. Homeless patients and the NHS

and much much more!

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Public Health Evidence Briefing 09-12-19

Public Health Evidence Briefing for 9th December 2019. A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last week or so. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. Opportunities to embed sexual and reproductive healthcare services into new models of care
  2. Improving mental health services in systems of integrated and accountable care: emerging lessons and priorities
  3. How have trends in the quality of mental health care changed over time
  4. Health Survey for England 2018
  5. WHO Global measles report
  6. WHO Health and Climate Change Survey Report: Tracking Global Progress
  7. Physical activity and mental health
  8. Active Lives Children and Young People Survey: New figures reveal exercise inequalities
  9. Trauma-informed approaches for women
  10. Economic theories relevant to public service provision in mental health
  11. Being disabled in 2019
  12. Festive hot drinks – a sugar overload

and much much more!

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Public Health Evidence Briefing 02-12-19

Public Health Evidence Briefing for 2nd December 2019. A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last week or so. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. Prevention and mental health
  2. Preventing mental health problems in children and young people
  3. Whole systems approach to obesity
  4. Estimating need in older people: findings for England
  5. NHS Digital publishes detailed picture of mental health in England
  6. Statistics on Drug Misuse, England, 2019
  7. Campaign to prevent children’s burns
  8. Better for Women: Recommendations for sexual health services

and much much more!

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Public Health Evidence Briefing 25-11-19

Public Health Evidence Briefing for 25th November 2019. A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last week or so. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. Number of people with obesity almost doubles in 20 years
  2. Projections of older people living with dementia and costs of dementia care
  3. The first local cases of Zika virus in Europe
  4. Transition from children to adult mental health services
  5. Achieving integrated care: 15 best practice actions
  6. Health of our ageing population
  7. Almost half a million children not seeking help for mental health issues
  8. The nation’s health: priorities for the next government
  9. Health impacts of air pollution in UK cities
  10. Air pollution and hedges
  11. RSPH Public Health Manifesto 2019: a letter to all political parties

and much much more!

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Public Health Evidence Briefing 18-11-19

Public Health Evidence Briefing for 18th November 2019. A digest of the main policy, news, analysis and research evidence from the last week or so. It covers a very broad range of topics of relevance to those working in or with a general interest in public health, or those supporting the NHS in population health work.

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This week’s highlights include (but are certainly not limited to):

  1. Evidence on the role of the arts in improving health and well-being
  2. Health and wellbeing boards and integrated care systems
  3. School-based interventions to prevent anxiety and depression in children and young people
  4. The 2019 report of The Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: ensuring that the health of a child born today is not defined by a changing climate
  5. Physical activity: economic benefits
  6. Doing good does you good
  7. The outlook for councils’ funding: is austerity over?
  8. English local government funding: trends and challenges in 2019 and beyond
  9. Mortality and life expectancy trends in the UK: Stalling progress
  10. Population health management may hold key to better outcomes and sustainable services
  11. The facts about privatisation in the English NHS
  12. Hot Food Takeaways: Planning a route to healthier communities

and much much more!

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