Policy paper

Public health human resources (HR) concordat

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Public Health HR Concordat sets out the obligations of the NHS and local government employers and trade unions in managing the change.

Documents

Download Public Health Human Resources (HR) Concordat

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Download Public health HR concordat: frequently asked questions - 20 December 2011

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Download Public health transition from NHS to local authorities: frequently asked questions - March 2012

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Detail

The Public Health HR Concordat provides the principles and standards for managing the HR processes to support the transfer of PCT public health commissioning activity to Local authorities. It sets out the obligations of the NHS and local government employers and trade unions in managing the change.

Public health human resources (HR) concordat, joint letter from Professor Dame Sally C Davies, Chief Medical Officer, John Ransford, Chief Executive Local Government Association and Sir Neil McKay, Chief Executive NHS Midlands and East SHA Cluster