This page is designed to provide a range of links to help you find resources, presentations, papers and tools you may find useful in your work, study or research.
You can also find links to a number of resources like national publications and tools on the page which tells you a bit more about Jim.
Monthly Public Health eNews
You can get monthly updates about what Jim, his team and partners are up to by reading or subscribing free to the Herts Public Health eNews here.
Annual Public Health Reports
You can find these here
Links for everyone
Health in Herts – the Herts County Council public health microsite for the public can be found here
Links for Professionals
Health in Herts Professional – the microsite for professionals which includes training and other materials (including some free e-learning) as well as copies of key strategies can be found here
The Herts Health Evidence site with links to data resources and tools as well as free public health e-learning can be found here
Links to Resources, Tools, Presentations and Publications
Jim is one of the editors of the systems approaches in Public Health blog
The Health Foundation Webinar on complex public health challenges can be found here
Jim’s blogs for Public Health England’s Public Health Matters blog can be found here
Newspaper and other articles and blogs
Jim’s article on Public Health Priorities in The Guardian
Jim’s blog on Sexual Health and HIV Priorities for the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health
About this blog
Jim says “I hope by doing this blog I can put tools and resources for public health relevant to local authorities and community agencies and others. Everything I put on here I have used or read, and everything on this provides tools, perspectives and readings which I’ve found useful and helpful.
Hence, from such intellectual curiosity or indecision, the range of subjects on this blog. My own experience is that this ability to cross-disciplines has enabled me to do some really exciting, and I hope useful, things in my life so far.
Wherever possible I provide links to powerpoints or tools. My assumption is you are more than welcome to use these in any way you find useful. It would be great if you acknowledge the sources.”