All our health (2016). This call to action is endorsed across five nations (Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the Republic of Ireland), see: Five nations Chief Nurses joint statement. It is a call to action to healthcare professionals working with patients and the population to prevent illness, protect health and promote wellbeing. The call to action covers: childhood obesity and adult obesity.
A Framework for Personalised Care and Population Health for Nurses, Midwives, Health Visitors and Allied Health Professionals: Caring for populations across the life course (2014). A Public Health nursing model.
Health Matters: Combating high blood pressure. This professional resource outlines how providers and commissioners can reduce the population average blood pressure through improved prevention, detection and management.
Health Matters: public health issues (2016). Facts, resources and information on major public health challenges for public health professionals and local authorities.
Healthy Lives, Healthy People: public health workforce strategy (2014) identifies the need to refine the Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (PHSKF), and to develop a new ‘skills passport’ to support the public health workforce in career development and planning. This report describes the work to date which has been across the UK.
Making Every Contact Count (MECC) (2016) practical resources from Public Health England.
MECC CoP - This new resource from Health Education England, is an online Community of Practice (CoP) to help local services embed Making Every Contact Count into their service and enable people to learn from others. Contact HEE.MECC@nhs.net to register.
Menu of Preventative Interventions (MoI) (2016). This resource outlines evidence-based, preventative public health interventions to support local planning.
Migrant health guide (2017). This guide provides information on all aspects of migrant health, including details on legal rights to access healthcare; guidance on explaining the NHS; information on conditions and diseases which may be more prevalent amongst migrant groups. A blog from Viv Bennett discusses this resource.
Public health contribution of nurses and midwives: guidance (2016). Tools and models to support the development of the public health contribution of nurses, midwives and allied health professionals.
Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework (PHSKF) (2016) describes public health competences and the underpinning knowledge against levels of career development.
Better Mental Health For All: a public health approach to mental health improvement (2016). This report from the Faculty of Public Health makes the case for improving mental health for everyone and preventing mental health problems.
Everyday intereactions. Measuring the public health impact of healthcare professionals (2017). This report focusses on the public health impact of four of the key healthcare professions within the wider workforce: nurses and midwives, dentists, allied health professionals and pharmacists.
Making a difference: Investing in sustainable health and well-being for the people of Wales (2016). This report from Public Health Wales highlights 10 key areas for action that Wales should prioritise to enable significant improvements in its health and wellbeing.
Person-Centred Approaches Core Skills Education and Training Framework (2017). Skills for Health, Health Education England and Skills for Care have announced a new Framework to support person-centred approaches for the health and social care workforce.
Stepping up to public health (2017). This report from the Royal College of Midwives includes information for midwives and women on the important public health contribution during pregnancy and the first weeks of life.