A number of submissions to government consultations have been made, click on the following links to view.
- Response submission to the Health Select Committee Inquiry into Public Health from the Yorkshire and Humber Health Trainer Hub Team – June 2011
- Response to National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) consultation on proposal to review public health guidance on community engagement – April 2011
- Response to ‘Healthy Lives’, Healthy People: consultation on the funding and commissioning routes for public health from the Yorkshire and Humber Health Trainer Hub
- Response to a consultation on proposals for Healthy Lives, Healthy People: Transparency in Public Health Outcomes Framework from Yorkshire & Humber Regional Health Trainer Hub
In addition, we were invited to give evidence on behaviour change to the House of Lords Sub-Committee Inquiry into behaviour change.
The House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology launched an inquiry in 2010 into the use of behaviour change interventions as a means of achieving government policy goals. There was a lot of interest in what Health Trainer Services are doing in relation to this agenda (particularly the Value for Money work), and Judy White, Regional Health Trainer Hub Lead was invited to attend an evidence session in London on 8th February 2011.