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The team does not and cannot offer clinical advice. If you have any urgent medical enquiries we urge you to contact your GP, or NHS Direct at www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk or by calling 0845 4647. In an emergency call 999

NHS Health Check StARS framework

Public Health England has worked with key partners to develop a systems approach to raising standards in the delivery of the NHS Health Check programme (StARS).

The StARS framework draws on advice and standards from existing national guidance. It brings together criteria into ten themes from leadership and planning to commissioning and the delivery of the risk assessment and management.  It also adopts a systems approach with the involvement of key internal and external partners at the heart of the process. This means that using the framework provides:

Some other benefits identified by local authorities that have used the StARS framework include:

To learn more about the StARS framework and to book on to the required one day training please contact nhshealthchecks.mailbox@phe.gov.uk

NHS Health Check StARS framework

NHS Health Check StARS framework - What constitutes evidence

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