Director of Public Health Annual Reports

The role of the Director of Public Health is to be an independent advocate for the health of the people of Warwickshire.

Directors of Public Health have a statutory requirement to write an annual report on the health of their population. The Director of Public Health Annual Report is a vehicle for informing local people about the health of their community, as well as providing necessary information for decision makers in local health services and authorities on health gaps and priorities that need to be addressed.

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2018 - Eat, Sleep, Selfie, Repeat: Growing up in Warwickshire with social media

This year’s report includes: an overview of the health and wellbeing of the Warwickshire population, and a focus on the theme of this year’s report; the impact of social media on young people's health and wellbeing, together with information on progress with the 2017 recommendations.

Annual report 2018

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Director of Public Health Annual Report 2017 - Everyone in Warwickshire counts: valuing the vulnerable

 

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2016 - Public Health matters: Sex, Drugs and Fluoridation

 

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2015 - Children and Young People: Investing in the future

 

Director Public health Annual Report 2014: Protecting Health - a hidden agenda

 

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2013 - Learning from the past, planning for the future

 

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2012: 1 in 3 - The picture of ill health in Warwickshire

 

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2011: Reaching higher - healthy lives, healthy people, healthy Warwickshire

 

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2009/10 - Best health for older people in Warwickshire