Consultation outcome

NHS Health Check programme: priorities for research

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

Feedback received

Detail of feedback received

We received 53 responses from a wide range of organisations.

Original consultation

This consultation ran from to

Summary

The consultation seeks views on the proposed NHS Health Check research priorities.

Documents

NHS Health Check programme: priorities for research

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NHS Health Check programme: literature review

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NHS Health Check programme: priorities for research consultation response form

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Consultation description

The paper sets out the research and evaluation priorities for the programme. The NHS Health Check is for 40 to 74 year olds and aims to reduce the risk of people developing preventable conditions.

PHE is committed to bringing greater scientific rigour to the NHS Health Check programme and this consultation is an important step in establishing the evidence required to ensure an effective programme.

The research priorities paper provides input from stakeholders from across the public health sector, as well as PHE’s understanding of current knowledge and academic research on NHS Health Checks.

We are keen to consult as widely as possible to ensure we have the views of a broad range of partners and stakeholders. Your experience and expertise will help shape research and evaluation for the NHS Health Check.