This chapter summarises what has been achieved for multidisciplinary public health in England since the 1990s and what has not been achieved to date, provides a commentary from a range of public health professionals involved in the changes on the impact on population health from the English model. It provides useful comparisons with some other countries. It concludes with a reflection on the potential next stages for public health development.
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