Work conversations in healthcare: How, where, when and by whom?: A review to understand conversations about work in healthcare and identify opportunities to make work conversations a part of everyday health interactions – Public Health England

Public Health England report on ‘work as a health outcome’ programme seeks to promote healthcare professionals’ understanding of the health benefits of good work and encourage them to have supportive conversations about work and health with their patients. The programme has

PSNC Briefing 032/19: Healthy Living Pharmacy: holding a health promotion event/campaign – Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee

To achieve and to maintain Healthy Living Pharmacy Level 1 status, pharmacy teams are required to meet 27 quality criteria. Holding health promotion events/campaigns and documenting details of these are a way for pharmacy teams to demonstrate that they meet

Health on the shelf – Royal Society for Public Health

Royal Society for Public Health report that explores the public’s perception of supermarkets and the marketing strategies retailers use to boost sales. It also showcases how supermarkets can be health promoting spaces, and nudge customers to make healthier choices.

Health of refugee and migrant children: Technical guidance – World Health Organization

This technical guidance outlines current best practices, evidence and knowledge to inform policy and programme development in the area of health promotion for refugees and migrants in the WHO European Region. It highlights key principles, summarizes priority actions and challenges,

Londoners said – Mental Health Foundation

Report on an engagement exercise udertaken for Thrive LDN by the Mental Health Foundation. Thrive LDN is a citywide movement to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all Londoners. The report recommends that they: Develop, train and support a

Standards of proficiency for nursing associates – Nursing and Midwifery Council

The standards of proficiency presented here represent the standards of knowledge and skills that a nursing associate will need to meet in order to be considered by the NMC as capable of safe and effective nursing associate practice. These standards

Preston Nightsafe Conditional Caution Alcohol Awareness Pilot Project: Process Evaluation Final Report – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Publc Health

Alcohol misuse has been identified as a prominent cause of health inequalities, crime and social disorder in Preston. To address these harms, to reduce future re-offending and to reduce health and criminal justice costs there have been strong recommendations for

Preston Nightsafe Conditional Caution Alcohol Awareness Pilot Project: Outcome Evaluation Final Report September 2008 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Publc Health

The Centre for Public Health was commissioned to conduct an evaluation of Preston’s Nightsafe Conditional Caution Alcohol Awareness Project. The outcome evaluation sought to analyse empirical data in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the alcohol brief intervention and therefore

Evaluation of the the Independence Initiative 1-2-1 Detox programme pilot – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

The 1-2-1 Detox is a detoxification programme provided on a supported one-to-one basis where clients undertake opiate detoxification with 24 hour support and supervision. This report evaluated the effectiveness of 1-2-1 Detox as an alternative to conventional models of detoxification

Evaluation of Phase Two of the Liverpool Peer to Peer Project: May 2009 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

It has been demonstrated that injecting drug users are initiated into injecting by their peers and that promoting health initiatives to socially marginalised groups demands creative approaches. Peer led approaches are both innovative and creative in their philosophy and practice

Top tips for commissioners and providers of behaviour change training programmes – Public Health England

This ‘top tips’ document was commissioned by Cheshire and Merseyside Public Health Network (ChaMPs) to support the commissioning and delivery of effective behaviour change training programmes across Cheshire and Merseyside. The document was informed by a mapping exercise of behaviour

Behaviour change training delivered across Cheshire and Merseyside: mapping programmes and exploring processes – Public Health England

Behaviour change interventions have the potential to produce a significant impact on major causes of mortality and morbidity. This research focuses on behaviour change training programmes which aim to develop the knowledge and skills of staff so that they are better equipped to

Creating a performance management framework for a minimal alcohol data set for PCTs in Cheshire and Merseyside – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

Report that aims to identify possible data providers from a range of agencies who are able to provide intelligence regarding the impact of alcohol in Cheshire and Merseyside in areas such as: health, crime and justice, young people, and licensing.

Evaluation of Wirral Life Education Centre on the health and wellbeing of primary school children – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

An evaluation of a national charity working locally with primary schools, parents and carers, and others in the community to help children make healthy choices.

Improving people’s health: Applying behavioural and social sciences to improve population health and wellbeing in England – Public Health England

Provides a comprehensive and collaborative strategy to enable public health professionals to use behavioural and social sciences to improve health and wellbeing. The behavioural and social sciences are particularly important for public health because many of the issues that undermine

Lancashire: Brief Intervention Online Training Evaluation: Final Report – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

Report on the effectiveness of online training to deliver train the trainers training in the delivery of Brief Interventions to prevent excess alcohol consumption. In total 115 initiated the training and completed the initial assessment and a brief discussion of key

The health and well-being of men in the WHO European Region: better health through a gender approach – World Health Organization

Although declining, high levels of premature mortality among men in some countries of the WHO European Region and gaps between men within countries require specific attention. A growing evidence base on the effectiveness of gender-responsive approaches to men’s health, and on

Promoting Low Carbon Healthy Lifestyles as new opportunities to tackle obesity and health inequality – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

Innovative qualitative methods were used to engage with class groups of 10yr olds in six schools. Cycling and walking to school and growing their own vegetables were discussed as examples of Low Carbon Healthy Lifestyles. Children were enthusiastic about activities,