Public Health Evidence Briefing 29-03-21

Key research, analysis, policy and news from the last few days for those interested in public health are summarised for you in this briefing.

As well as key research, Briefing Highlights for this week include:

  1. Caring as a social determinant of health: findings from a rapid review of reviews and analysis of the GP Patient Survey
  2. NHS population screening: identifying and reducing inequalities
  3. Collaborative TB Strategy for England, 2015 to 2020
  4. Impact of COVID-19 vaccines on mortality in England – December 2020 to February 2021
  5. Taking place-based action to reduce health inequalities and build back better and fairer
  6. Transforming the public health system
  7. The best start for life: a vision for the 1,001 critical days
  8. Adult weight management services grant determination 2021 to 2022
  9. Suicide prevention in England: fifth progress report
  10. ONS: Comparisons of all-cause mortality between European countries and regions: 2020
  11. LGA: Public health annual report 2021: rising to the challenges of COVID-19
  12. Global report on ageism
  13. A connected recovery: findings of the APPG on Loneliness Inquiry
  14. Shaping the Covid decade: addressing the long-term societal impacts of Covid-19
  15. Over 1.5 million people need social care because of smoking

and so much more …

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