Health Education England (HEE) -
This document brings together a range of guidance policies and procedures on the information governance framework.
House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee -
This report argues that it is essential that the government puts urgent measures in place to drastically reduce the unnecessary prescription of antibiotics. It also highlights the need for better education of medical students and greater focus on antimicrobial resistance during clinical career development.
This mental health focused atlas of variation focuses on unwarranted – or preventable – variations in the mental health and wellbeing of England's population, exposing huge differences in people's circumstances and access to services.
International Longevity Centre -
This report takes a futures perspective on understanding the evidence about how communities need to adapt to an ageing society. It argues that policy makers must work to ensure that communities do more than cater for our basic needs. The report highlights the importance of supporting walking and cycling in old age as well as the need to ensure housing is adaptable to an ageing society.
A framework for personalised care and population health for nurses, midwives, health visitors and allied health professionals
Public Health England -
This framework has been developed as a resource to support nurses, midwives, health visitors and allied health professionals’ access to best evidence and support them in delivery of their public health role. It is also a tool for clinical leaders, managers and commissioners to develop services which use the knowledge and skills of healthcare practitioners to deliver the best health outcomes for the populations they serve.