The new strategy has three main priorities: educating physicians and supporting them to fulfil their potential; improving health and care and leading the prevention of ill health across communities; and influencing the way that healthcare is designed and delivered.
The team was delighted and honoured to win this award for their ‘Digital pathways for pre-operative consent’ approach, placing patients at the centre of the pathway and maximising every opportunity to inform and improve understanding throughout their journey.
The Leicester Operational Delivery Network (ODN) hepatitis C team were delighted and thrilled to receive the EPCA 2021 patient-centred care award, reflecting and recognising the amazing work carried out by the team over the past five years.
Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, the service felt it was a huge honour to be recognised for the EPCA 2021 excellence in a time of crisis award, which greatly boosted the morale of the team.
Minister for Prevention, Public Health and Primary Care Jo Churchill MP has written to Michael Brodie, chief executive of Public Health England (PHE), to set out the strategic remit and priorities for PHE until the end of 2021. A key priority will be to work with the Department of Health and Social Care to define and set the direction of the Office for Health Promotion, which is expected to formally begin work later this year.