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The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has launched a call for evidence to inform the development of the major conditions strategy designed to tackle ill health, including mental health, reduce the number of people out of work due to ill health and ease pressure on the health system. It is seeking views and ideas on how to prevent, diagnose, treat, and manage the groups of major conditions which drive a large proportion of ill health and early death in England, namely:

The views and ideas gathered will inform the priorities and actions in the major conditions strategy. Hearing from individuals who have lived experience, either as patients, services users or carers is crucial to delivering a strategy that tackles England's burden of disease.

This call for evidence builds on from the calls for evidence last year on cancer and mental health and will close at 11:59pm on 27 June.

Share your views and have your say.