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Public Health England. (2014) A framework for personalised care and population health for nurses, midwives, health visitors and allied health professionals. London: Department of Health.

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This framework has been developed to underpin the UK national programme to maximise nurses, midwives, health visitors (HVs) and allied health professionals (AHPs) impact on improving health outcomes and reducing inequalities.

The framework supports and shapes health promoting practice and embeds personalised care and population health across all ages, care places and with individuals, families and communities. It is a resource to support practitioners’ access to best evidence for practice and to support nurse managers and commissioners to develop services which use the knowledge and skills that nurses, midwives, HVs and AHPs use to deliver the best health outcomes for the populations they serve.

There are six key areas of population health activity in the framework. In each population health activity area are one or more worked examples on national health priority areas that illustrate how the framework should be used.
• Wider determinants of health
• Health improvement
• Health protection
• Healthcare public health
• Health, wellbeing & independence
• Lifecourse

[Alcohol section on page 32-36; also contains references to smoking throughout the document]


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