A new public health system:the contribution of Public Health EnglandYvonne Doyle MD MPH FRCPI FFPHMDirector of Public Heal...
THE GLOBAL FUTURE:Global Burden of Disease 2004 – 2030 , and change in rankings.Source: WHO Global Burden of Disease 2004.
Global wellbeing 2010:Healthy life expectancy is lessthan life expectancyMalesFemales
How does a public health system add value today?An effective public health system:Anticipates the changing nature populati...
Health and SocialCare Act 2012CHAPTER 7Explanatory Notes have been produced to assist in theunderstanding of this Act and ...
29 April 2013The Act brings changes to where public health is deliveredand draws in some new players
Public Health England• Articulating an authoritative national voice for public health in England• Protecting the populatio...
Inequalities in health: there is a large body of work already
Example: Mapping deprivation, service access andadmissions for chest pain in the North EastThe information is used tointen...
Example: Commissioning for increased life expectancy in Blackpoolin a deprived communityThe information is usedto track su...
HomeNews and EventsNew ProductsExcess Winter Deaths (EWD) in EnglandOlder People’s Health and Wellbeing AtlasHealth Improv...
This is workwhich ties in bothlocal governmentand the voluntarysector. The processhas been verysuccessful. Outcomesare mor...
ConclusionsPublic Health England has ambition to improve healthand reduce inequalities and to work in partnership.This bui...
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Yvonne Doyle, Director of Public Health, Public Health England - presentation from Age UK's For Later Life conference, 25th April 2013.
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  • The global burden of disease is predicted to change over the next 20 years with declines in morbidity for all principal communicable, maternal, perinatal and nutritional causes. This includes HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria. In contrast, it is predicted that NCDs will continue to increase by 2030 with depressive disorders estimated to become the leading burden of disease by 2030 , followed by Ischaemic Heart disease and Road Traffic Injuries Within Europe, indications are that the prevalence of Alzheimers is predicted to increase from 7.2 million sufferers in 2006 to 16.5 million in 2050; Depression, which is identified as the leading burden of disease in the European Region, as assessed through the disability-adjusted life years, will represent the second highest burden of disease according to projections for 2050.
  • Yvonne Doyle - High Impact Health Interventions

    1. 1. A new public health system:the contribution of Public Health EnglandYvonne Doyle MD MPH FRCPI FFPHMDirector of Public Health, LondonPublic Health England
    2. 2. THE GLOBAL FUTURE:Global Burden of Disease 2004 – 2030 , and change in rankings.Source: WHO Global Burden of Disease 2004.
    3. 3. Global wellbeing 2010:Healthy life expectancy is lessthan life expectancyMalesFemales
    4. 4. How does a public health system add value today?An effective public health system:Anticipates the changing nature populationsEnables wider mitigation of damage to people’s health.Harnesses evidence, knowledge and technological advances to improve health and wellbeing equitablyUnites fragmented means of service delivery through good partnership and high quality commissioningSecures equitable access to appropriate careAchieves impact at scale
    5. 5. Health and SocialCare Act 2012CHAPTER 7Explanatory Notes have been produced to assist in theunderstanding of this Act and are available separately£44.75Fundamentally changed thepublic health system
    6. 6. 29 April 2013The Act brings changes to where public health is deliveredand draws in some new players
    7. 7. Public Health England• Articulating an authoritative national voice for public health in England• Protecting the population from communicable disease and environmentalhazards• Providing knowledge, evidence, intelligence and research• Influencing through national/international relationships and acting asopinion leaders for health• Developing the public health specialist workforce• Providing direct advice and services
    8. 8. Inequalities in health: there is a large body of work already
    9. 9. Example: Mapping deprivation, service access andadmissions for chest pain in the North EastThe information is used tointensify prevention programmesand tie in primary care
    10. 10. Example: Commissioning for increased life expectancy in Blackpoolin a deprived communityThe information is usedto track success froma series of high impacthealth interventions
    11. 11. HomeNews and EventsNew ProductsExcess Winter Deaths (EWD) in EnglandOlder People’s Health and Wellbeing AtlasHealth ImprovementLocal ProfilesTopicsLearningPartnersLinksNewsEventsCoursesVacanciesExcellenceWork in ProgressIntroductionGetting StartedDataFeedbackPopulationsDeathsHospital AdmissionsLifestyleEnvironmentMetadataAge and GenderEthnicityHouseholdsProjectionsIMD 2007Car OwnershipDeathsInfant MortalityLife ExpectancyHealthy Life ExpectancyAdmissionsEmergencyQOF PrevalenceCervical ScreeningTeenage PregnancySynthetic EstimatesChildrens BMIAlcohol AdmissionsAlcohol DeathsTranquillity ScoreAlcoholCancerCauses of DeathChild HealthClimate Change and HealthDiabetesExcess Winter Mortality in the West MidlandsHealth ProfilesJoint Strategic Needs AssessmentLong Term Mortality TrendsMental healthMigrant DataObesityOlderPeoplePhysicalEnvironmentSegmentationSmokingSocialCarePublicHealthInformationLearningMaterialsPublicHealthIntelligenceExample of joint work with Age UK and local governmenton inequalities in health: Excess Winter deaths
    12. 12. This is workwhich ties in bothlocal governmentand the voluntarysector. The processhas been verysuccessful. Outcomesare morechallenging.
    13. 13. ConclusionsPublic Health England has ambition to improve healthand reduce inequalities and to work in partnership.This builds on a large evidence base and detailedprevious work in the most deprived areas ofEngland.We will draw on our national and regional resources tosupport the public health system in England.This will be outcome focussed: people will know howgood health is in different areas of England, andwhat is being done about it.

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