Govt. declares 2020s will be 'decade of prevention'

Consultation closes 14 October

Adam Saville
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Govt. declares 2020s will be 'decade of prevention'

Genomics, artificial intelligence and smart devices, Department of Health & Social Care ushers in 'new wave' of 'intelligent public health' with consultation

The government has opened a consultation entitled ‘Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s' which closes on 14 October. Seeking views on proposals to tackle the causes of preventable ill health in England, the government said that the 2020s will be the decade of ‘proactive, predictive and personalised prevention', stressing the importance of targeted support, tailored lifestyle advice, personalised care and greater protection against future threats. According to the Department of Health...

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