Weight Management services

Weight Management services

Examples of this service that have been commissioned locally are available on the PSNC online services database.

Tools and publications which may be useful to support the commissioning of this service can be found on the Service development tools and publications hub.


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Template service specification

Weight management service (children) (Microsoft Word)

Weight management service (children) (PDF)

Weight management service (adults) (Microsoft Word)

Weight management service (adults) (PDF)

Above are draft template service specifications that have not been nationally agreed and are not in their final version; they may be used to inform local discussions on service development. 

PSNC resources

PSNC Services Case Studies Hub

PSNC Think Pharmacy prospectus: Weight management service (May 2016)

PSNC Briefing 033/13: Developing a specification for Weight Management Services (Apr 2013) 
In England, most people are now overweight or obese and the Government has published a policy for reducing obesity and improving diet: Healthy Lives, Healthy People: a call to action on obesity in England. This PSNC Briefing summarises the Government policy on obesity and guidance on the development of service specifications for weight management services.

The PSNC resource Community Pharmacy – at the Heart of Public Health describes the main public health services that are provided by community pharmacies and the evidence base for these services.

Other resources

Public Health England & Royal Society for Public Health – Everyday interactions (June 2017)
This resource aims to support healthcare professionals to record what they ‘do’ in their interactions with individuals to demonstrate impact on public health priorities.

Public Health England has published a series of resources focussing on tier 2 adult weight management services (June 2017)

The Professional Standards for Public Health Practice for Pharmacy (Mar 2014) provide a framework to help pharmacy teams, commissioners and those contracting services to design, implement, deliver and monitor high quality public health practice through pharmacy. 


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