Public Health England’s Knowledge Strategy (PHE) and Workforce Strategy (Department of Health)

Summary

Public Health England (PHE) have published their knowledge strategy, following an extended consultation.

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Reference

Freed, J. Kyffin, R. [and] Rashbass, J. [et al] (2013). Knowledge strategy: harnessing the power of information to improve the public’s health. London: Public Health England, June 2014. PHE Publications Gateway Number: 2014119.

Public Health Workforce Strategy Updated

The government has updated the original 2013 public health workforce strategy, to reflect progress to date and plans for the coming year.

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Reference

Healthy lives, healthy people: update on the public health workforce strategy. Prepared by the Public Health Policy and Strategy Unit, Department of Health. London: Department of Health, Health Education England, Local Government Association (LGA) and Public Health England, June 27th 2014.

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Reference

Bayliss, SE. Davenport, CF. [and] Pennant, ME. (2014). Where and how to search for information on the effectiveness of public health interventions – a case study for prevention of cardiovascular disease. Health Information and Libraries Journal. December 2014, Vol.31(4), pp.303-13. (Click here to view the PubMed abstract).

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