Tag Archives: Communities and Service Design

Consensus Statement on Healthy Ageing (PHE / CfAB)

Summary Public Health England and the Centre for Ageing Better have released a consensus statement, containing widely accepted proposals for making England the “best place in the world to grow old”. Five core principles are given, with the aim of … Continue reading

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More on the Population Health Concept (King’s Fund / BBC News / Deloitte Centre for Health Solutions)

Summary The King’s Fund sees population health as being key to reducing health inequalities and achieving better health outcomes locally. Their vision of population health involves four pillars: The wider determinants of health. Behaviours and lifestyles. The places and communities … Continue reading

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