June news in numbers

05 June 2019

A breakdown of community health news this month, in numbers. Download the PDF, here.


Department of Health and Social Care. (2019) NHS hospitals and GP practices to get fibre optic internet. See: (accessed 15 May 2019).

Ministry of Defence. (2019) Defence Secretary calls for veteran-led support to be at the heart of mental health services. See: (accessed 15 May 2019).

Northern Ireland Executive. (2019) New strategy will help us meet cancer increase challenge. See: (accessed 15 May 2019).

Bangor University, Public Health Wales and Early Action Together. (2019) Understanding the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences in a male offender population in Wales. The Prisoner ACE Survey. See: (accessed 15 May 2019).

Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. (2019) Worrying lack of children’s doctors in Wales could damage health of future generations, say medical experts. See: (accessed 15 May 2019).

The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. (2019) Scottish Government should pilot £2,400 ‘initial basic income. See: (Accessed 15 May 2019)

Smethers AD et al (2019). Portion size has sustained effects over 5 days in preschool children: a randomized trial. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 109(5): 1361-72.

British Heart Foundation. (2019) Heart and circulatory disease deaths in under 75s see first sustained rise in 50 years. See: (accessed 15 May 2019).