What the chancellor’s cuts today mean for public health tomorrow
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What the chancellor’s cuts today mean for public health tomorrow

Slashing the budget by £200 million could lead to fewer health visitors, a rise in unplanned pregnancies... And that’s just for starters. Jennifer Sprinks reports

England’s health service is grappling with an ageing population coupled with a desire for people to live well for longer. In its attempts to address such pressures on NHS resources, the government wants people to take control of their own health and to focus more on preventive measures.

Nursing Standard. 29, 42, 12-13. doi: 10.7748/ns.29.42.12.s13

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