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Annual Report of the Director of Public Health

Whole-school and Community Approaches to Health and Wellbeing in Richmond Upon Thames: Celebrating and Building on Success

This year's Annual Public Health Report champions the borough’s whole-school and community approach to addressing young people’s health. The whole-school approach recognises the need to involve parents, families and the wider community in a child’s health education throughout their school career. The report was informed by a wide range of engagement with over 60 stakeholders collaborating to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people. The report sets out some next steps that the council, together with education and community partners will take to strengthen the health and wellbeing of our young populations.

View Whole-school and Community Approaches to Health and Wellbeing in Richmond Upon Thames: Celebrating and Building on Success

The Richmond Story 2017/18 Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and Annual Report of the Director of Public Health 

The Richmond Story is an annual snapshot of some of the priority local needs identified through the JSNA process, developed to inform commissioning intentions. These needs are linked to the theme of place and the life-course themes of start well, live well and age well.

View The Richmond Story 2017/18 Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and Annual Report of the Director of Public Health

Updated: 23 November 2020

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