PHE Healthy Places – GOV.UK

This guidance provides an overview of the work completed by the Healthy Places team from 2013 to date. Work within Healthy Places focuses on: providing system leadership and high level management with other government departments and national stakeholder organisations creating a strong network of partners supporting the development and access to evidence base for PHE and local teams building skills and capacity by providing a set of tools, training and learning events to support local awareness and good practice Source link

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Productive Healthy Ageing Profile: November 2020 update

The Productive Healthy Ageing Profile data update for November 2020 has been published by Public Health England (PHE). This tool provides data and links to relevant guidance and further information on a wide range of topics relevant to healthy ageing. Indicators can be examined at local, regional or national level. The aim of this tool is to support PHE productive healthy ageing policy and inform public health leads and the wider public health system about relevant key issues. This release contains updated indicators relating to: life expectancy at birth and at age 65 PPV vaccination in ages 65+ employment levels by age group housing standards deaths due to…

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Open consultation: Early years healthy development review: call for evidence

The Prime Minister has asked Rt Hon Andrea Leadsom MP to lead a new review into improving health and development outcomes of babies and young children in England. The time from conception to the age of 2 is a critical time for development and can impact physical health, mental health and opportunity throughout life.Wed like to hear from recent parents, including those who gave birth during the lockdown and public health response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, about the experiences of care and services you received.Wed also like to hear from health service professionals, charities, volunteer groups and academics.We will use your views to check where progress has…

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Open consultation: Early years healthy development review: call for evidence

The Prime Minister has asked Rt Hon Andrea Leadsom MP to lead a new review into improving health and development outcomes of babies and young children in England. The time from conception to the age of 2.5 is a critical time for development and can impact physical health, mental health and opportunity throughout life.Wed like to hear from recent parents, including those who gave birth during the lockdown and public health response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Wed like to hear about the experiences of care and services you received.We will use your views to check where progress has been made and where more needs to be done…

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Healthy pregnancy indicators – GOV.UK

Preparing for and then having a healthy pregnancy improves outcomes for mother and baby. These new indicators based on data for 2018 to 2019 from the Maternity Services Dataset version 1.5 offer information about the health of mothers in early pregnancy. They are designed to help local government and health services develop services and interventions which encourage healthy pregnancy. The indicators cover the following topics in early pregnancy: smoking obesity early access to maternity services folic acid supplement use alcohol use drug misuse Data is presented at a national level, with most indicators also available at regional level and for upper tier local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and…

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