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National Advisory Committee (NAC)

Objectives and scope of activities

This committee will provide a national executive forum for the NHS Health Check programme, acting in an advisory capacity to oversee successful roll-out, maintenance, evaluation and continued improvement based on emerging evidence.  The committee will act to support the health and social care system to ensure that: all eligible residents across England are offered an NHS Health Check every five years; Local Authorities, supported by the different national agencies, aspire to achieve take-up rates of 75%; and that residents receive a high quality risk assessment in conjunction with support to manage and reduce their risk through evidence based behavioural and clinical interventions. 

Membership

Meeting frequency

Once every 6 months

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