Director of Public Health's Annual Report
Each year the Director of Public Health writes an annual report to identify the needs of local people, contribute to and monitor the improvement of health and reduction of inequalities, as well as support modernisation of local services in health and local government.
In 2020 and 2021 the report was not produced due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Latest annual report from the Director of Public Health in Leicestershire
The most recent annual report from the Director of Public Health for Leicestershire is available below. The report is available in both a colour and black and white version.
The report presents on physical activity and, in particular, moving towards a whole system approach to improving physical activity. The report focusses on seven components that form Leicestershire's whole system approach to increase physical activity, where the central focus is the community.
The seven principles involve addressing the environment, active travel, getting people and families active, focusing on early year's and physical activity within schools, helping to make being active a reality within communities and the workplace and lastly, the importance of the role of physical activity as medicine within healthcare.
Director of Public Health Annual Report 2019 (PDF, 18.7 Mb, 714 downloads)
Director of Public Health Annual Report 2019 - B&W (PDF, 17 Mb, 184 downloads)