Measuring the public health impact of healthcare professionals

The Royal Society for Public Health has published Everyday interactions: measuring the public health impact of healthcare professionals.

This toolkit seeks to provide a straightforward way for health care professionals to record and measure their public health impact in a uniform and comparable way.  It is to support healthcare professionals in the prevention and health improvement interventions that they do as part of routine clinical practice.  It is particularly aimed at nurses and midwives, dentists, allied health professionals and pharmacists.

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