The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) is now operational. The creation of UKHSA has meant reimagining the country’s health security defences and how we can keep people safe and save lives. Read more about our work in this blog.
Dr Jenny Harries is the Chief Executive of the UK Health Security Agency.
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When disaster strikes communities, it’s vital that the best possible advice is implemented to protect the health of people who live in affected areas.
Yesterday’s International Women’s Day celebrations were just one of the many ways to acknowledge women’s journey to date and recognise the barriers which have been overcome over many years.
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It’s been a little over a year since Public Health England was created from over 100 sender bodies, with over 5,000 staff based in 115 locations across the country and using over 800 inherited business systems. In this blog, Michael …
I remember vividly my first big project as a public health trainee. It was a review of orthopaedic services in Gwent, South Wales, where many of the Welsh Valley areas were (and remain) home to significant levels of deprivation and …
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