Partnerships and Links
- Canterbury Christchurch University
- Learning and Skills Council
- People 1st
- Sector Skills Council
- Swimming Teachers Association (STA)
- A registered charity founded in 1932 with the objective of preserving human life by the teaching of swimming, lifesaving and survival techniques.
- The Department for Education and Skills
- The Peoples-uni
Peoples-uni was conceptualised to offer a high level of education in Public Health for practitioners in developing countries at low cost.
- The Qualifications and Curriculum Authority
- The Welsh Funding Councils
- The American Public Health Association
APHA is the oldest and largest organisation of public health professionals in the world, representing more than 50,000 members from over 50 occupations of public health. The Association and its members have been influencing policies and setting priorities in public health since 1872.
- The European Public Health Alliance
EPHA represents over 70 non-governmental and other not-for-profit organisations working in support of health in Europe. EPHA aims to promote and protect the health interests of all people living in Europe and to strengthen the dialogue between the EU institutions, citizens and NGOs in support of healthy public policies.
- The Health Promotion Agency for Northern Ireland
The Health Promotion Agency (HPA) is the regional provider of health promotion information in Northern Ireland. Its mission is 'to make health a top priority for everyone in Northern Ireland'. It is responsible for providing advice on health promotion issues to the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety, conducting and commissioning research, producing information campaigns and resources for health professionals and members of the public and running training and professional development events relating to health promotion issues.
- The International Union for Health Promotion and Education
- The IUHPE is half a century old, and continues to be the only global organisation entirely devoted to advancing public health through health promotion and health education. The IUHPE is a leading global network working to promote health worldwide and contribute to the achievement of equity in health between and within countries.
- The World Federation of Public Health Associations
WFPHA is an international, nongovernmental organization. Its members are multidisciplinary national and regional public health societies. It is the only worldwide professional society representing and serving the broad field of public health. WFPHA enjoys official relations status with the World Health Organization and maintains close ties with UNICEF.
- East Midlands Public Health Teaching Network
- Heart UK - The Cholesterol Charity
At HEART UK we’re passionate about preventing premature deaths caused by high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease.
- Manchester Metropolitan University
- National Heart Forum
The NHF, a registered charity, is both a UK Forum and an international centre for the prevention of avoidable chronic diseases including coronary heart disease, stroke, cancer and diabetes.
The NHF undertakes policy research and advocacy to support action by government, the public sector and commercial operators.
As an alliance, the NHF is uniquely placed to develop and promote consensus-based healthy public policy and to coordinate public health advocacy. The NHF is also an authoritative information provider on all aspects of chronic disease prevention.
- Sheffield Hallam University
- Solutions for Public Health (SPH)
Solutions for Public Health (SPH) is a not-for-profit NHS public health organisation. SPH work with decision makers across public and third sectors to improve health and reduce health inequalities. They help their clients provide the right services in the right place, for the right population, at the best cost and quality.
- The Association of Building Engineers
- The Association of Medical Secretaries, Practice Managers, Administrators and Receptionists (AMSPAR)
- The Institute of Health Promotion and Education
- The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
- The National Association of Care Catering
- The Water for Health Alliance
- UK Rehabilitation Council (UKRC)
The UK Rehabilitation Council (UKRC) is a community of rehabilitation associations, rehabilitation providers, clients and other stakeholder groups. The UKRC exists to provide an authoritative voice and focal point for anyone with a stake in medical and vocational rehabilitation and to support those who are working to help sick and injured people regain their independence.
- West Midlands Public Health Teaching Network
- Bog Standard Campaign
Bog Standard is a campaign to promote better toilets for pupils. It aims to increase awareness of the health benefits of better toilets for pupils; to encourage schools to improve the condition of pupils' toilets; to allow pupils to use them when they need to; and to get laws that will make pupils' toilets nicer to use.
- Emerging Health Threats Forum
Emerging Health Threats Forum (EHTF) is a not-for-profit, scientific-based information service the purpose of which is to identify, assess, and to promote solutions to emerging threats to human health from all sources, including the environment, chemicals, radiation, pathogens, and society.
- Food Matters
A resource for allergy, intolerance and sensitivity.
- Health and Safety Executive
The Health and Safety Executive ensure that risks to people's health and safety from work activities are properly controlled. It develops new health and safety laws and standards, and play a full part in international developments, especially in the European Union
- Professional Health and Safety Consultants
Professional Health and Safety Consultants help institutions, commercial and industrial companies to improve and maintain safe systems or work for the benefit of the workforce and to comply with the myriad of insurance requirements.
- Smart Solutions for HCAI
This NHS project aims to find new products and technologies from different industry sectors to combat healthcare-associated infections. Evaluations of selected products will take place in hospitals from January 2009.
- The Radon Council
The Radon Council is the independent non-profit making regulatory body for the radon industry. The official estimation is that in the UK, some 2500 people die from radon-induced illnesses (lung cancer) each year.
- Brunel University
- The RSPH works closely with Brunel University in particular with regard to their taught Public Health Doctorate. Public Health @ Brunel is a cross-university initiative employing multidisciplinary approaches in research and training to identify and address local, national and global Public Health challenges. The RSPH has helped developed the teaching programme including staff providing sessions and work placements for those students looking for placements to provide practical applications for their learning.
- Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH)
The CIEH is an independent professional body and registered charity representing those who work in environmental health and related disciplines. Its primary function is the promotion of knowledge and understanding of environmental health issues
- Department of Health
- Providing health and social care policy, guidance and publications for NHS and social care professionals.
- Faculty of Public Health (FPH)
The UK Faculty of Public Health (FPH) is the standard setting body for public health and the leading professional body for public health specialists in the UK. It aims to advance the health of the population through three key areas of work: health promotion, health protection and healthcare improvement. In addition to maintaining professional and educational standards for specialists and others in public health, FPH advocates on key public health issues and provides practical information and guidance for public health professionals.
- Health for Work Adviceline
- The free Adviceline provides small business managers with the expert advice and support they need to help team members experiencing ill health.
- Healthy Living Alliance
The role of the HLA is to co-ordinate and provide leadership and cohesion for organisations, activities and services that deliver preventive health and lifestyle solutions within local communities.
- Men's Health Forum
The Men’s Health Forum’s mission is to provide an independent and authoritative voice for male health and to tackle the issues affecting the health and well-being of boys and men in England and Wales.
- National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)
NICE is an independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance on promoting good health and preventing and treating ill health.
- NGO Forum
- The NGO Forum works to support engagement between government and different non-governmental organisations on health inequalities and wider public health issues. The Forum is sponsored by the Department of Health and is managed by the Royal Society for Public Health.
- Shaping the Future of Health Promotion
- Shaping the Future is a collaboration of the Royal Society for Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, UK Voluntary Register for Public Health Specialists and Institute of Health Promotion and Education, funded by the UK Departments of Health.
- The John Snow Society
- The John Snow Society aims to promote the life and works of Dr John Snow, the pioneer of epidemiological method and celebrated anaesthetist. The Society is administered by the Royal Society for Public Health.
- The UKPHA is an independent UK wide voluntary association, bringing together individuals and organisations from all sectors, who share a commitment to promoting the public's health. It is a membership based organisation that aims to promote the development of healthy public policy at all levels of government and across all sectors, and to support those working in public health either professionally or in a voluntary capacity.
- Wellbeing South East
- An online regional resource for practitioners working in public health and health improvement focusing on healthy weight and mental wellbeing.