for a healthier people.
The First Minister and Deputy
First Minister explain why good health is their concern.
Investing for Health.
Minister for Health, Social
Services and Public Safety, Bairbre de Brún, introduces Investing
The Investing for Health Team
outline the implementation, funding and monitoring of the
Investing for Health Strategy.
Time for cooperation
Dr Bill McConnell suggests
that real engagement can help us prevent disease as opposed
to just dealing with the end results.
Health - what does it mean for nursing?
Dr Carolyn Mason considers
the future for nurses in delivering the public health agenda.
is built on community engagement.
Noel Rooney welcomes the fact
that community engagement is at the heart of Investing for
Why quality of
life is on Belfast City Council's agenda.
William Francey explains why
he agrees health improvement is too important to leave to
the health service. Also, Ken Forbes outlines existing strategic
links with local councils.
policemen' in community health and wellbeing.
Alan Burke recommends that
environmental health professionals embrace the broader health
Learning to change.
Promoting Health asks the education
sector about its role in Investing for Health.
mean dissipation for health promotion?
Frances Cunning outlines some
of the recent changes to the structure of public health and
health promotion in England.
Carol Tannahill shares some
of Scotland's recent developments in public health and health
Where to now
for health promotion services?
Mary O'Neill considers the
future for health promotion services in the new policy climate.
engagement is not a 'tick box' procedure.
Eleanor Gill explains how the
community sector can feed its learning about partnerships
and consultation back into the implementation process of Investing
action is good for everyone's health.
Seamus McAleavey outlines how
the voluntary sector can help deliver better health in more
ways than one.
capacity to deliver.
Dr Viv Speller discusses work
underway in England to develop the skills of the wide range
of people who contribute to health improvement.