ABSTRACT

The General Practice Jigsaw provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on the future of education training and professional development in general practice and primary care. It is an anthology of work produced by many of the leading figures in general practice across the United Kingdom. General practice now faces challenges that could be seen as threatening the way it traditionally operates but can also be seen as presenting opportunities. This book provides inspiration and guidance to its readers and fuel for the challenges ahead. It shares knowledge and best practice on education teaching and professional development drawing on examples from local regional and national projects. It is essential reading for general practitioners involved in education and training for everyone who needs to know how revalidation and professional development will influence them and for all members of primary health care teams who want to be involved in shaping the primary care organisations of the future.

chapter |10 pages

Introduction

BySiân Griffiths, David J Hunter

chapter |8 pages

Setting the agenda for public health

ByDerek Wanless

part 1|2 pages

The UK, Europe and international

chapter 1|7 pages

Public health in Scotland: the dividend of devolution

ByPeter Donnelly

chapter 2|8 pages

Public health in England

ByFiona Adshead, Allison Thorpe

chapter 3|8 pages

Public health in Wales

ByEddie Coyle

chapter 4|10 pages

Public health in a changing Ireland: an all-island perspective

ByJane Wilde

chapter 5|6 pages

Public health policy making in a disunited kingdom

ByScott L Greer

chapter 6|10 pages

European public health

ByMark McCarthy

chapter 7|6 pages

International public health

ByMartin McKee

part 2|2 pages

Key issues in public health policy

chapter 8|8 pages

New social democratic politics of public health in England today

ByPaul Corrigan

chapter 10|16 pages

Public health in the English regions

ByPaul Johnstone

chapter 11|5 pages

Local government and the health improvement agenda

ByTony Elson

chapter 12|7 pages

Getting fully engaged with local communities

ByChris Drinkwater

chapter 13|7 pages

Health and sustainable development

ByAnna Coote

part 3|3 pages

Priorities for health

chapter 14|8 pages

Tobacco: current issues

ByAndrew Hayes

chapter 16|9 pages

Healthy childhood and a life-course approach to public health

ByPaul Lincoln

chapter 17|8 pages

Sexual health: the challenges

ByAnne Weyman, Caroline Davey

chapter 18|8 pages

Mental health

ByLionel Joyce

chapter 19|9 pages

Alcohol

ByGeof Rayner

chapter 20|11 pages

Transport

ByHarry Rutter

chapter 22|4 pages

Work and health: an overview of policy

ByLord Hunt, King’s Heath

chapter 23|10 pages

Public health and genetics

ByMark Kroese, Ron Zimmern, Simon Sanderson

part 4|2 pages

Public health in practice

chapter 24|7 pages

Developing the public health workforce

ByJenny Wright

chapter 25|6 pages

Making joint Director of Public Health posts work

ByPaul Redgrave

chapter 26|10 pages

Primary care as a gateway to public health

ByKen Aswani

chapter 27|4 pages

The role of public health nursing

ByYinglen Butt

chapter 28|7 pages

Dental public health

ByRowena Pennycate, Sara Osborne

chapter 29|8 pages

The contribution of the acute sector to promoting public health

ByDiane Gray, Nicholas R Hicks

chapter 31|8 pages

Academic public health

BySelena Gray

chapter 32|8 pages

Public health systems and performance management

ByTony Jewell

part 5|2 pages

Tools

chapter 33|11 pages

Public health intelligence and public health observatories

ByJohn Wilkinson

chapter 34|8 pages

Evidence-based public health

ByMichael P Kelly

chapter 35|8 pages

Managing knowledge

ByDaragh Fahey, Muir Gray

chapter 36|8 pages

Leadership in public health

ByNeil Goodwin

chapter 37|10 pages

Networks: supporting public health

ByAllison Thorpe

chapter 38|9 pages

Health and wellbeing promoters of the future: skills for leaders and practitioners

BySteve Feast, Jean Penny, Helen Bevan

part 6|8 pages

Looking to the future: what next for public health?