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Framework for personalised care and population health

Every nurse, health visitor, midwife and AHP, not just those working in specialist public health roles, can become a health-promoting practitioner. They can use their knowledge and skills to make a personal and professional impact and to improve the health and wellbeing of the public. Every contact counts, from a healthy start right through to the end of life.

These professional guidance documents, under the overall Framework for Personalised Care and Population, provide nurses, midwives and allied health professions (AHPs) with the evidence to help them have greater and wider input into health promotion at patient, family and community levels.

working age adults (Link)
Older adults and dementia (Link)
Collection of tools and guidance for nursing and health professionals with an interest in older adults and dementia.

Fact Zone

Unfortunately, potatoes don’t count towards your 5 a day as they are starchy foods (like bread, pasta and rice). However, sweet potatoes, parsnips, swedes and turnips do count!