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Cross sectional survey to assess the extent to which the prevailing model of smoking cessation (that smokers typically prepare their attempts to stop smoking in advance and in doing so increase…
 
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Next Steps sets out the priorities for the next phase of reform under three themes: Dignity in Care, Joined-Up Care and Healthy Ageing. It consists of ten programmes driven nationally and covers the…
 
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Annual report 2003 of the Director of Public Health, North Tees Teaching PCT
 
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Report on trends over recent years in the completeness of recording of selected public health indicators (obesity, smoking, blood pressures and cholesterol) within primary care electronic health…
 
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23 May 2017 - 16 Jun 2017
Residents in Redcar & Cleveland are being encouraged to complete a short questionnaire about Lung Health Checks. This will help the council's Public Health team gauge the levels of awareness of the…
 
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The Chief Medical Officer’s Annual Report 2004 identifies major health challenges requiring immediate action, and describes progress in addressing issues featured in previous reports.
 
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Has a specific focus taken from 'Tackling Health Inequalities: A Programme for Action'. The 2 main themes are: (1) supporting families, mothers and children and (2) engaging communities and…
 
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A data visualisation showing the proportions of cancers in the UK linked to 14 lifestyle and environmental factors.
 
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Research shows that cancer mortality is higher in the north of England compared to the South and Midlands.
 
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