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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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7th November 2016

Launch of first phase of Dementia 2020 Citizens' Engagement Programme

3rd November 2016

Updated NHS Health Check Results Booklet

The alcohol section of the NHS Health Check Results Booklet has been updated.

3rd November 2016

Launch of the new blood pressure profiles for England

Check out the new BP profiles for England developed in collaboration with PHE, NCVIN, RCGPs, Stroke Association, Blood Pressure UK and British and Irish Hypertension Society!

26th October 2016

Launch of latest report from the British Social Attitudes Survey on dementia

A quarter of Brits believe they cannot reduce their risk of developing dementia.

24th October 2016

Revised NHS Health Check information governance data flows

21st October 2016

Invitation to the Prevent Atrial Fibrillation Stroke: Tackling Challenges and Accelerating Improvements Event

These highly interactive events aim to accelerate the delivery of high value and seamless care across the AF pathway, to optimise health outcomes and improve efficiencies.

18th October 2016

New NIHR funding opportunities available

18th October 2016

Have your say on the NHS Health Check diabetes filter

Public Health England is inviting you to share your view on the NHS Health Check Expert Scientific and Clinical Advisory Panel's recommendation on the diabetes filter by the 25 October.

13th October 2016

Book Now! November and December NHS Health Check webinars

NHS Health Check webinars 3 and 22 November, and 8 December.

11th October 2016

Launch of the NHS RightCare Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Pathway

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