Physical activity for general health benefits in disabled adults: Summary of a rapid evidence review for the UK Chief Medical Officers’ update of the physical activity guidelines – Public Health England

Disabled people are twice as likely to be inactive when compared to non-disabled people. This report provides a review of the scientific evidence of the health benefits for physical activity specifically for disabled adults. It will inform the review of

10 minutes brisk walking each day in mid-life for health benefits and towards achieving physical activity recommendations: Evidence summary – Public Health England

‘Brisk’ walking (at least 3 mph) is a moderate intensity physical activity and evidence-based intervention for promoting physical activity. It is already prevalent, has no skill, facility or equipment requirement and is more accessible and acceptable than other forms of

Tuberculosis in London: Annual review (2012 data): Data from 1999 to 2012 – Public Health England

Annual regional reports for the recent epidemiology of TB. This report describes the recent epidemiology of TB in London, providing an update on local trends, identifying areas of high burden of disease, at-risk population groups, and opportunities for interventions and prevention of future

Tuberculosis in London: Annual review (2013 data): Data from 1999 to 2013 – Public Health England

Annual regional reports for the recent epidemiology of TB. This report describes the recent epidemiology of TB in London, providing an update on local trends, identifying areas of high burden of disease, at-risk population groups, and opportunities for interventions and prevention of future

Sexually transmitted infections in Yorkshire and Humber: 2017 data – Public Health England

Report presenting data for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the Yorkshire and Humber.

Reducing emergency alcohol‐related hospital admissions: (Observatory Report Series number 77) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

Recommends the following effective policy interventions; Taxation is the most effective policy intervention Address availability of alcohol, e.g. limits on hours or days of sale, and density of outlets, and address marketing of alcohol. Examine pricing policies, particularly price promotions

Interventions to reduce emergency admissions for heart failure: (Observatory Report Series number 79) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

Report that recommends that commissioners: Help enable the population to reduce the risk factors for heart failure, such as  delivery of brief interventions to reduce smoking rates and monitoring of those with diabetes. Refer for genetic testing where appropriate. Develop

Criminal Justice Project: Drug Interventions Programme – Knowsley Drug Testing Profile (2013/14 to 2015/16) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) process begins with the police arresting and drug testing potential drug using offenders. If offenders test positive for Class A drugs they are served with a Required Assessment (RA) by the police. This a compulsory

Criminal Justice Project: Drug Interventions Programme – Liverpool Drug Testing Profile (2013/14 to 2015/16) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) process begins with the police arresting and drug testing potential drug using offenders. If offenders test positive for Class A drugs they are served with a Required Assessment (RA) by the police. This a compulsory

Criminal Justice Project: Drug Interventions Programme – St Helens Drug Testing Profile (2013/14 to 2015/16) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) process begins with the police arresting and drug testing potential drug using offenders. If offenders test positive for Class A drugs they are served with a Required Assessment (RA) by the police. This a compulsory

Criminal Justice Project: Drug Interventions Programme – Wirral Drug Testing Profile (2013/14 to 2015/16) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) process begins with the police arresting and drug testing potential drug using offenders. If offenders test positive for Class A drugs they are served with a Required Assessment (RA) by the police. This a compulsory

TIIG Lancashire – Location of Violent Incidents across Lancashire April 2013 to March 2016 – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

Violence is a preventable public health problem and yet there are over one million violent incidents each year in England and Wales, approximately half of which involve alcohol and one quarter of which occur in night time economy environments. Between

An evaluation of the Mersey Care Professional Advice Area – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

In April 2015, Mersey Care obtained funding for one year to set up an Enterprise and Employment (EE) Hub. This hub aimed to help service users on their path to employment and to help link up Mersey Care services with

Measuring and evidencing the social value of the Mersey Care People Participation Programme – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

There are cultural changes occurring in the use of volunteering, with the literature highlighting that volunteers are integral (rather than an add-on) to health and social care organisations. Since the 1990s, policy has been reflecting this growing change in the

A Health Needs Assessment for Children and Adults with Neurodevelopmental Conditions in Liverpool – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

A rapid health needs assessment for children and adults with neurodevelopmental conditions including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autistic spectrum disorder (ASD). This report includes a review of the literature which details: risk factors, prevalence estimates and a summary

Criminal Justice Project – Impact of targeted drug testing on drug using offenders coming into treatment in Liverpool – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

  This report explores the impact of targeted drug testing on drug using offenders coming into treatment in Liverpool. It compares the numbers of drug tests, Required Assessments and criminal justice assessments prior to and following the implementation of targeted

Criminal Justice Project: Drug Interventions Programme – Knowsley DIP Activity Profile (2015/16) – Liverpool John Moores University Public Health Institute

The Drug Interventions Programme (DIP) is an initiative with an overarching aim to identify and engage with drug using offenders in the criminal justice system in order to channel them into appropriate treatment services, and as a result reduce acquisitive