The Public Health Protection and Health Security framework provides a formal basis and governance structure for collaboration between all parts of the UK on health security and health protection policy. It supports cooperation on issues which require UK-wide approaches, as well as on devolved issues where the sharing of knowledge and expertise is beneficial.
|6 April 2022||SPICe published a briefing on the framework.|
|29 March 2022||The House of Commons Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs completed scrutiny of the framework.|
|18 January 2022||The Health, Social Care and Sport committee held its second evidence session on the framework.|
|21 December 2021||The Health, Social Care and Sport committee held its first evidence session on the framework.|
|26 November 2021||The Senedd’s Health and Social Care sent a letter about the framework to the Minister for Health and Social Services for Wales seeking answers to a number of questions about the framework. The Minister responded on 17 January 2022.|
|28 October 2021||The provisional framework was published.|