Healthy Lives, Healthy People: Towards a Workforce Strategy for the Public Health System
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
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The government invites your views on ways to develop the public health workforce in the new public health system.
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The Health and Social Care Act 2012 sets out changes to the public health system. Central to this is ensuring that the public health system continues to have a highly skilled and motivated workforce across the 3 domains of public health: health protection, health promotion and healthcare public health – wherever they are in the system.
This consultation asks your views on ways to support and develop the public health workforce including
- ways to enumerate the public heath workforce
- recruitment and retention
- the role of public health practitioners
- the role of local education and training boards
- ways to strengthen academic public health and the public health information and intelligence function
The consultation was signposted in the public health document Healthy Lives, Healthy People: Update and Way Forward