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The Royal Society for Public Health is an independent, multi-disciplinary charity, dedicated to the promotion and protection of collective human health and wellbeing.

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What do the public think?

What do the public think?

How much do the public know about the calorie content of alcohol? And would they back calorie labelling on alcoholic drinks?

Our new video takes to the streets

RSPH Impact Report 2013–2014

RSPH Impact Report 2013–2014

Our new report gives us an opportunity to reflect on and celebrate our past achievements while looking ahead to some of our exciting future developments. View it here

 

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Join us today

And take advantage of a range of benefits, suitable for anyone working within public health from students to local authority leads to environmental health officers to nutritionists. 

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Wider Workforce

Wider Workforce

RSPH is committed to improving the public’s health through developing knowledge and skills for the wider workforce.

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Over two thirds back calorie labelling for alcohol

The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) is calling on the drinks industry and newly appointed EU Health Commissioner to introduce calorie labelling for alcoholic drinks. The call follows newly released research from the RSPH which shows strong public backing for the move, and a general lack of awareness among consumers about the calories contained in alcoholic drinks.

An Introduction to Managing Change

Change is now part of our daily working life. However, managing change in the workplace can be challenging. In this one day workshop you will learn how you can manage change effectively, whether the change is a new process or technique, changes to a system, new team members, roles or responsibilities

 

Conferences and events 2014