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UK plans to launch new national health agency focused on tackling pandemics

UK plans to launch new national health agency focused on tackling pandemics

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) will protect against future health threats, and will take over the COVID-19 pandemic response from Public Health England (PHE) and NHS Test and Trace. ... bonds with health protection leadership from global to local,

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  • How COVID-19 is accelerating the threat of antimicrobial resistance How COVID-19 is accelerating the threat of antimicrobial resistance

    This article was shared online by HCPs and the group Target Antibiotics, a resource organisation run by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) and Public Health England (PHE). ... One HCP in the study shared a post stating that ‘now is an

  • Tackling antimicrobial resistance on multiple fronts Tackling antimicrobial resistance on multiple fronts

    Recent studies, like that of Public Health England, confirm that knowing when to use antibiotics is becoming even more important and while behaviours are shifting in the right direction, they also ... An urgent change in direction. Despite these public

  • The transatlantic opioid crisis The transatlantic opioid crisis

    Meanwhile, in Britain. A Public Health England enquiry revealed the scale of opioid consumption in the UK in September 2019, with prescriptions now being handed out to one in eight of ... Anything they can do to show they’re helping to counter the

  • Visualising medicine Visualising medicine

    Visual metaphor. Intramuscular. Dyspnoea. Pharmaceutical advertising has a major challenge: how to communicate such terminology to the public? ... Smartphone apps are driving faster, more efficient emergency medical response, while major bodies such as

  • Behaviour change – a missing ingredient? Behaviour change – a missing ingredient?

    In 2012 Public Health England launched Stoptober, a national smoking cessation campaign that resulted in a 50% increase in quitting during October compared with other months in the same year. ... This showed that designing a campaign with clear

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  • akt health communications hires Heather Tarplee as senior account director akt health communications hires Heather Tarplee as senior account director

    Prior to joining akt health, Tarplee worked at Freuds for a period of five years. ... Tarplee brings significant healthcare PR experience to akt health, including in leading large teams to deliver national health campaigns for public sector clients, such

  • New faces at 90TEN, Lucid Group and Porterhouse New faces at 90TEN, Lucid Group and Porterhouse

    Cook joins 90TEN from Public Health England’s National Infection Service, where she worked as senior communications manager. ... Prior to joining Public Health England, Cook worked on UK and global healthcare communications programmes at Golin Health,

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  • WHITE PAPER: Why do men die younger? WHITE PAPER: Why do men die younger?

    Alongside increasing the public profile of men’s health, the proceeds of Movember go towards a range of global projects that aim to innovate the way men’s health is addressed. ... 13. Public Health England and the NHS have a distinct lack of mission

  • Healthcare agency Page & Page and Partners welcomes wave of new talent

    Page &Page and Partners, the global creative communications agency specialising in health, wellness, and lifestyle, is announcing the appointment of six new full-time staff to its team. ... This year, Isabelle worked temporarily for Public Health England

  • Behaviour change – is there something missing?

    In 2012 Public Health England launched Stoptober, a national smoking cessation campaign that resulted in a 50% increase in quitting during October compared with other months in the same year. ... Contact Bedrock Health to talk about the missing link in

  • From nature to art galleries: thinking differently about healthcare

    Meanwhile empowered patients are seeking clear and comprehensive health information delivered through online channels. ... Deloitte, 2019.Last accessed February 2020, available at: ). Accenture, 2019. Last accessed February 2020, available at: . Public

  • A uniquely English genomic medicine service

    Blue Latitude Health speaks to Dr Tom Fowler, Deputy Chief Scientist and Director of Public Health at Genomics England, to find out how the NHS is achieving this goal. ... As Director of Public Health at Genomics England, he led the rare disease pilot

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