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National Library for Public Health Monthly Additions Newsletter
This newsletter covers the latest updates in several topic areas, including diet & nutrition, obesity and children & young people.
National Obesity Observatory
The National Obesity Observatory provides a single point of contact for wide-ranging authoritative information on data, evidence and practice related to obesity, overweight, underweight and their determinants.
NHS Choices website
NHS Choices is the online 'front door' to the NHS. It is the country's biggest health website and gives all the information on choices about health.
NHS Health Check Service Specification Published
The Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee have published a national service specification template for the NHS Health Check service, developed collaboratively with the Department of Health.
NHS Information Centre
Are you meeting the government's recommended daily physical activity guidelines?
Physical activity levels in England are increasing, but those achieving the guidelines are still in the minority. Physical activity can be one of the major factors in reducing obesity in England.
NHS National Library for Public Health
The National Library for Public Health is a specialist library of the National Library for Health. It is an information resource on the 'Choosing Health' topic areas including obesity and mental health. It is a very useful resource if you are looking for evidence or guidance.
NHS Networks World Class Commissioning
A new website has been set up for the support and development of world-class commissioning. The site, which is hosted by NHS Networks and supported by the Department of Health, contains news, policy, guidance and other resources for commissioners against each of the 11 competencies.
NICE has now launched a new online tool which, for the first time, brings together all connected NICE guidance on a topic in a user-friendly electronic flowchart.
Health experts unanimously agree that healthy eating could hold the key to a long, healthy and happy life. We at Nutritionist Resource believe that for this reason, everyone in the UK and beyond should have easy access to quality nutritional advice from professionals.