Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Anne Milton: public health, a new direction? This content relates to the following topics: Public health Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page At our breakfast event in July 2010, Anne Milton MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Department of Health), lays out the government's future plans for public health.Part of the Public health: a new direction? eventRelated contentAudioLindsey Davies: public health, a new direction? At our breakfast debate in July 2010, Lindsey Davies, President of the Faculty of Public Health, discusses what is needed to improve the state of public health in England.AudioAnna Dixon: public health, a new direction? At our breakfast debate in July 2010, Anna Dixon, Head of Policy, talks about public health in relation to the NHS White Paper.AudioPublic health, a new direction? Panel debate Anne Milton MP, Lindsey Davies, Anna Dixon and Julian Le Grand took part in a panel debate on public health, with questions posed from the audience. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Long read Communities and health The role of communities in improving population health is receiving increasing, and long overdue, attention in health policy and practice. This piece gives an overview of the different approaches to working with communities for health. Blog Local government spending on public health: death by a thousand cuts David Buck considers recent changes in local government spending that will affect the public's health. Article The King’s Fund response to the Mayor of London’s draft health inequalities strategy We find that the draft strategy is a good start, but we believe as it is finalised its commitments need to be more tightly focused on inequality reduction than they currently are. Blog Why have improvements in mortality slowed down? Veena Raleigh looks at the current debate around the slow-down in mortality improvements in England and Wales.