What does good look like?

The What Good Looks Like (WGLL) programme aims to facilitate the collective efforts of local organisations and wider society (the system) towards improvements in their population health outcomes.

A report by Public Health England and the Association of Directors of Public Health represents the practical translation of the core guiding principles of the new Quality Framework for the Public Health system and features of what good children and young people’s health looks like in any defined place.

It was developed collaboratively through the synthesis of existing evidence, examples of best practice, practitioners’ experiences and consensus expert opinions. It is intended to serve as a guide and will be iterative with regular reviews and updates when new evidence and insights emerge.

The report was produced by Virginia Pearson (ADPH), Eustace De Sousa (PHE) and Andrew Furber (PHE) on behalf of the WGLL Thematic Group on Children & Young People’s Public Health (0-19).

Read the full report.

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