A group of independent experts have published their reports on health and well-being for the Department of Health, specifically focusing on the prevention of ill health.
- A liberal dose? Health and wellbeing: the role of the state. Richard Reeves considered what the role of the state should be in relation to people’s health and well-being, specifically focussing on the prevention of ill-health
- Influencing public behaviour to improve health and wellbeing. Geoff Mulgan considered the lessons we can learn about influencing healthier lifestyle choices from fields such as behavioural economics, psychology and marketing
- Enabling effective delivery of health and wellbeing. Dr Paul Cosford, Alwen Williams and Sir Howard Bernstein considered what the Department and the NHS can do to enhance delivery of front-line services to improve people’s health and well-being.