Guidance

The Prevention Challenge – one year on

A self-assessment review of progress by NHS provider trusts and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in the East Midlands.

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A self-assessment review of progress by NHS provider trusts in the East Midlands

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A self-assessment review of progress by clinical commissioning groups in the East Midlands

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Details

Public health professionals in the East Midlands have developed 2 innovative self-assessment and improvement tools to help NHS provider trusts and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) take action against preventable long-term diseases caused by lifestyle choices.

Organisations were supported to use the self-assessment tools to measure progress against recommendations made in ‘Meeting the prevention challenge in the East Midlands: a call to action’.

These 2 reports review progress against the recommendations for both NHS provider trusts and CCGs, including self-identified good practice strengths and planned next steps.

Published 8 May 2018
Last updated 8 May 2018 + show all updates
  1. Updated 'details' text to say 'organisations were supported to use the self-assessment tools'.
  2. First published.