A framework of evidence to guide healthcare professionals in preventing illness, protecting health and promoting wellbeing.
All Our Health is a call to action for all healthcare professionals to use their skills and relationships to maximise their impact on avoidable illness, health protection and promotion of wellbeing and resilience.
This is the second release of All our Health. Your views on its future development and use are welcomed.
Further comments can be sent to email@example.com.
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Resources for public health professionals
You can download resources and infographics which feature in Health matters; a resource for public health professionals, with important facts, figures and evidence of effective (and cost-effective) interventions to tackle major public health problems.
About All Our Health
Explains how All Our Health provides a framework to support the call to action.
Improving the wider determinants of health
Guidance and evidence to enable healthcare professionals to make improvements against wider factors that affect health and wellbeing and health inequalities.
Guidance and evidence to enable healthcare professionals to help people live healthy lifestyles, make healthy choices and reduce health inequalities.
Guidance and evidence to enable healthcare professionals to protect the population’s health from major incidents and other threats.
Supporting health, wellbeing and independence
Guidance and evidence to enable healthcare professionals to help people stay independent, maximising wellbeing and improving health outcomes.
Healthcare public health
Guidance and evidence to enable healthcare professionals to reduce premature deaths and the number of people living with preventable ill health.
Guidance and evidence to enable healthcare professionals to reduce the impact of health challenges at key life stages to improve population health.
Place-based services of care
Guidance to support healthcare professionals in their role to commission and deliver integrated services to local populations.
Published: 1 April 2015
Updated: 19 October 2016
- Added wellbeing in mental health.
- Added learning disability.
- Added Homelessness: applying All Our Health.
- Added link to survey.
- Added child oral health.
- Added respiratory disease, liver disease and healthy beginnings.
- Added dementia and alcohol.
- Added 'smoking and tobacco'.
- Added respiratory, workplace health, early adolescence.
- Added: NHS health checks; sexual health; TB; falls and; pressure ulcers.
- Added falls guidance.
- Added place-based services of care.
- First published.
From: Public Health England