Public Health England’s Annual Plan (PHE)

Summary

Public Health England (PHE) have released their annual plan, which presents this organisation’s core functions and outlines intended actions for the coming year.

“We … continue to support local authorities, the NHS and others to help people live longer, healthier, happier lives and reduce health inequalities, recognising that the £200m reduction in this year’s public health grant brings with it new challenges for our local authority partners…” (p.3).

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Reference

Who we are and what we do: annual plan for 2015 to 2016. London: Public Health England, August 7th 2015. PHE publications gateway no. 2015223.

Local Authority Public Health Allocations 2015/16: Consultation on In-Year Savings

Possibly also of interest, there is a consultation concerning the £200 million reductions in the Public Health Grant to local authorities 2015 to 2016:

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Reference

Local authority public health allocations 2015 to 2016: in-year savings. London: Department of Health, July 31st 2015.

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