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The role of the Director of Public Health is to be an independent advocate for the health of the people of Warwickshire.

Directors of Public Health have a statutory requirement to write an annual report on the health of their population. The Director of Public Health Annual Report is a vehicle for informing local people about the health of their community, as well as providing necessary information for decision-makers in local health services and authorities on health gaps and priorities that need to be addressed.

2019 - Working for Wellbeing in Warwickshire

This year’s report includes an overview of the health and wellbeing of the Warwickshire population, a focus on the theme of this year’s report; work, health and wellbeing, and progress with the 2018 recommendations.

2018 - Eat, Sleep, Selfie, Repeat: Growing up in Warwickshire with social media

This year’s report includes an overview of the health and wellbeing of the Warwickshire population, and a focus on the theme of this year’s report; the impact of social media on young people's health and wellbeing, together with information on progress with the 2017 recommendations.

2017 - Everyone in Warwickshire counts: valuing the vulnerable

2016 - Public Health matters: Sex, Drugs and Fluoridation

2015 - Children and Young People: Investing in the future

2014 - Protecting Health - a hidden agenda

2013 - Learning from the past, planning for the future

2012 - 1 in 3 - The picture of ill health in Warwickshire

2011 - Reaching higher - healthy lives, healthy people, healthy Warwickshire

2010 - Best health for older people in Warwickshire