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“I TRIED TO SPEAK TO PEOPLE, GOT PASSED AROUND, AND GOT DRUGGED”: A POWERFUL GALLERY
This issue is one for students, with a strong collection of papers on Evidence Based Policy and Practice and Continuing Professional Development. Among other things, we revisit three giants of post-war public health in England: Archie Cochrane, Geoffrey Rose, and Aaron Antonovsky. But to start with the Gallery, a powerful indictment of mental health services for young people with a vivid illustration, which asks questions about how serious we really are about our future citizens. See page 426
An Editorial on syndromic surveillance asks whether, in the contemporary world, where there is more urgency to identify global outbreaks that may have bioterrorist origins, this provides a way forward. In Speaker’s Corner, Potts and Bellows tackle the vexed issue of autism and diet, a topic that …