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The team does not and cannot offer clinical advice. If you have any urgent medical enquiries we urge you to contact your GP, or NHS Direct at www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk or by calling 0845 4647. In an emergency call 999

Option to revise previously published quarterly activity data

From April 2019, local authorities can revise their previously published data themselves.  This replaces previous protocol where local authorities had to email the national team and ask for amendments to be made. Revisions can only be made when the portal for submission of latest quarterly data is opened. Therefore, revision of 2018-19 Q1, Q2 and or Q3 data can be made between 1 April 2019 and 10 May 2019. 

Note that data from previous financial years cannot be revised.

Notices detailing revisions made by local authorities are published alongside the data.


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Public Health England has launched new free bite-sized e-learning sessions, developed in partnership with Health Education England, to improve the knowledge, confidence and skills of all health and care professionals in preventing illness, protecting health and promoting well-being.

The sessions cover some of the biggest issues in public health and they contain signposting to trusted sources of helpful evidence, guidance and support to help professionals embed prevention in their everyday practice.

You can access the All Our Health e-learning sessions here www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/all-our-health/ 


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19th January 2016

Free motivational interviewing training for BHF Alliance members

Free motivational interviewing training for BHF Alliance members

18th January 2016

Are you delivering an NHS Health Check programme? Take part in a survey on uptake and practices

Are you delivering an NHS Health Check programme? Take part in a survey on uptake and practices

15th January 2016

January e-Bulletin available now!

January e-Bulletin available now!

13th January 2016

New research published

New research published

13th January 2016

New dementia leaflet launched

New dementia leaflet launched

7th January 2016

Atrial fibrillation: how can we do better?

Atrial fibrillation: how can we do better?

9th December 2015

Men behaving badly?

Men behaving badly? Ten questions council scrutiny can ask about men's health.

1st December 2015

Register now for the NHS Health Check 2016: Getting Serious About Prevention conference

Register now for the NHS Health Check 2016: Getting Serious About Prevention conference on the 1 March 2016 in London #NHSHealthCheck2016.

25th November 2015

CQC and the NHS Health Check programme

Nigel Sparrow, CQC’s senior GP advisor and responsible officer talks about the role of GPs in supporting the delivery of the NHS Health Check programme.

20th November 2015

The BMJ Awards 2016

The BMJ Awards 2016, in association with MDDUS, recognises and celebrates the inspirational work being carried out in the health sector. This year the BMJ has an award category on prevention.

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