This chapter examines the main changes and continuities in public health policy since 2010, under the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition government led by David Cameron, and their impact on partnership working. After outlining the main features of the Coalition’s reforms, the chapter focuses on the role of new local partnership bodies, Health and Wellbeing Boards. The chapter also features an analysis of multidisciplinary and interprofessional working, an important aspect of partnership working that is being addressed by the Coalition (and which has also been considered by previous governments).
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