Scottish Cancer Taskforce
Prevention and the
Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
Dr Aileen Keel CBE
Acting Chief Medica...
At least one-third of all cancer
cases are preventable.
The World Health Organisation (WHO)
Prevention and the
Health Prom...
Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS) is the national
programme for health improvement action in all hospital settings
ac...
HPHS:
 Born in 2008 (after a lengthy gestation!)
 “Every health care contact a health
improvement opportunity”
 CEL (14...
The HPHS Vision:
An NHS which realises its potential – not just to
treat illness – but also to promote health and
well bei...
HPHS Action:
 Smoking
 Alcohol
 Breast feeding
 Food and Health
 Healthy Working Lives
 Sexual health
 Physical Act...
 HPHS Ministerial Group - provide leadership and
influence at a strategic level.
 HPHS Champions Group – Challenge Board...
Q. Why the Secondary Care Focus?
A. Because more deprived communities
make proportionately greater use of
acute and commun...
 The most deprived areas in Scotland have 34%
higher cancer incidence rates than the least
deprived areas.
 Cancer morta...
HPHS “Teachable Moments”
Cancer screening services:
 NHS GG & C Breast Screening Service.
 NHS Lothian – St John’s Colpo...
St John’s Colposcopy Clinic (1)
 Smoking/cervical dysplasia relationship well
understood by staff
 Smoking status routin...
St John’s Colposcopy Clinic (2)
 Medical staff training
 Prompts (now no longer needed)
 Medical “ownership”
 Referral...
Physical Activity
 Lancet 2012 series
 CMO Scotland Annual Report 2012 & 2013
 Scottish Academy of Royal Colleges and
F...
For further information, please visit the website:
www.hphs.co.uk
Or email:
nhs.healthscotland-hphsadmin@nhs.net
Further I...
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Prevention and the Healthy Promoting Health Service (HPHS) | Dr Aileen Keel CBE

Dr Aileen Keel CBE talked on 'Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)' on behalf of the Scottish Cancer Taskforce, at the SCPN conference 04/02/2015.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Health & Medicine      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - Prevention and the Healthy Promoting Health Service (HPHS) | Dr Aileen Keel CBE

  • 1. Scottish Cancer Taskforce Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS) Dr Aileen Keel CBE Acting Chief Medical Officer
  • 2. At least one-third of all cancer cases are preventable. The World Health Organisation (WHO) Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 3. Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS) is the national programme for health improvement action in all hospital settings across NHSScotland. HPHS aims to create hospital settings that improve the health of patients, their families, and NHS staff through a range of actions that:  Influence the hospital environment;  Support NHS staff to promote health and wellbeing as well as treat illness Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 4. HPHS:  Born in 2008 (after a lengthy gestation!)  “Every health care contact a health improvement opportunity”  CEL (14) 2008  CEL (1) 2012 Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 5. The HPHS Vision: An NHS which realises its potential – not just to treat illness – but also to promote health and well being Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 6. HPHS Action:  Smoking  Alcohol  Breast feeding  Food and Health  Healthy Working Lives  Sexual health  Physical Activity  Active travel Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS) } Added 2012
  • 7.  HPHS Ministerial Group - provide leadership and influence at a strategic level.  HPHS Champions Group – Challenge Boards to embed HPHS values.  HPHS Network Leads – Advance the HPHS agenda and act as main point of contact within Boards. Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 8. Q. Why the Secondary Care Focus? A. Because more deprived communities make proportionately greater use of acute and community hospital services Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 9.  The most deprived areas in Scotland have 34% higher cancer incidence rates than the least deprived areas.  Cancer mortality rates are 71% higher in the most deprived areas than in the least deprived areas. Information Services Division (ISD) Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 10. HPHS “Teachable Moments” Cancer screening services:  NHS GG & C Breast Screening Service.  NHS Lothian – St John’s Colposcopy Clinic Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 11. St John’s Colposcopy Clinic (1)  Smoking/cervical dysplasia relationship well understood by staff  Smoking status routinely established but  Minority of staff went on to discuss further Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 12. St John’s Colposcopy Clinic (2)  Medical staff training  Prompts (now no longer needed)  Medical “ownership”  Referrals to smoking cessation service  Quit attempts Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 13. Physical Activity  Lancet 2012 series  CMO Scotland Annual Report 2012 & 2013  Scottish Academy of Royal Colleges and Faculties ‘Pledge’ Prevention and the Health Promoting Health Service (HPHS)
  • 14. For further information, please visit the website: www.hphs.co.uk Or email: nhs.healthscotland-hphsadmin@nhs.net Further Information

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