Tag Archives: World Health Organization’s Global Burden of Disease

Latest Public Health England Strategic Plan (PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) has released an outline plan for protecting / improving public health and reducing health inequalities in England over the next 4 years. Relatively short and snappy in style, with infographics. Some specific points, chosen at … Continue reading

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Quality of Death Index: UK End-Of-Life Care Second To None? (BBC News / EIU / NHS England / CQC / National Palliative and End of Life Care Partnership)

Summary A comparative study of palliative care across 80 countries by the Economist Intelligence Unit has declared that end-of-life care in the UK can be ranked the best in the world. The UK was ranked first due to comprehensive national … Continue reading

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Global Study of Stroke Statistics: Stroke in Younger People Now More Common (NHS Choices / Lancet / Lancet Global Health)

Summary A major international research project – reviewing 119 studies (58 from high-income countries and 61 from low-income / middle-income countries) has discovered – amongst many other statistics – that the proportion of younger people affected by stroke is increasing. Stroke … Continue reading

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Two Recent “Behind the Headlines” Critical Appraisals (NHS Choices / Evolution, Medicine and Public Health / Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease)

Summary The NHS Choices “Behind the Headlines” service produces regular critical appraisals of recent research into dementia-related topics which have appeared in the news. Here are two of these: The Association Between Economic Development, Sanitation, Cleanliness and the Estimated Prevalence of … Continue reading

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