PHE Data and Knowledge Information Portal (Department of Health / Public Health England)

Summary

The PHE Data and Knowledge Gateway offers public health professionals access to numerous analytical tools and information resources via a single portal.

“Over 100 tools are available through the gateway. They cover a wide range of public health areas, including: specific health conditions; lifestyle risk factors; the wider determinants of health (such as environment, housing and deprivation); health protection and differences between population groups, including adults, older people and children”.

Read more: PHE launches new data and knowledge information portal. Department of Health.

Reference

PHE launches new data and knowledge information portal. London: Department of Health and Public Health England, September 10th 2013.

A link to the PHE Data and Knowledge portal is given below:

Full Text Link

Reference

Data and knowledge gateway (Beta site): a single point of access to data and analysis tools from across Public Health England. London: Public Health England, September 10th 2013.

Public Health Resources on NICE Evidence Search

It may be useful to know that NICE Evidence also provide a Public Health Information portal.

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