David Buck, senior fellow - public health and inequalities, the King's Fund
Last week the Department for Communities & Local Government released new data on councils’ planned budgets for public health in 2017-18; it does not make for good reading.
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David Buck from the King’s Fund on the latest data
New tools and approaches are demonstrating the return on investment, writes Dave Buck of the King’s Fund
The business case for public health Subscription
Disarmingly simple interventions can have big results, says David Buck, a senior fellow at thinktank the King’s Fund
Creating safer and warmer homes will pay for itself, says David Buck, senior fellow at thinktank the King’s Fund
After a long delay, local authorities are now certain of their funding for the next two years
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How much should be spent on public health and how should it be allocated?
Health improvement services will be the responsibility of local government from 2013-14 - but who gets what to pay for it is a tricky issue