30 May 2013
This meeting will explore and debate the new Department of Health Pseudomonas aeruginosa advice concerned with controlling and minimising the risks associated with water outlets.
6 June 2013
Research has shown that what happens to babies in the womb and their first years of life can have profound consequences for society. The programme will help delegates to understand the extraordinarily close links between early experiences, both in the womb and as a young infant, and the health of the community and public.
12 June 2013
IHM London Region is pleased to announce that Professor Brian Edwards, Professor Richard Parish and Professor Derek Mowbray will respectively present views on the recommendations likely impact on health and social care managers; bring delegates up-to-date on actions which have been taken by IHM since publication of the recommendations and highlight how the IHM Management Code fits in.
26 June 2013
This conference will examine the latest research on Campylobacter and Listeria focussing on how controls can be implemented from farm through to fork using innovative technology, enforcement, education and behavioural change to ensure the risks from these bacteria are eliminated if not reduced.
19 September 2013
It is essential for food safety professionals, especially those responsible for training others and supervising staff, to keep up to date with new legislation, food poisoning trends and hazards. It is also crucial to understand how to not only prevent but also how to control food borne incidents. This interactive programme is a must for any food safety professional who took their qualification some time ago and needs to update their skills and knowledge.
30 September - 11 October 2013
The RSPH is approved by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) to run the FOM course to prepare candidates for the Diploma in Occupational Medicines written examination and the oral examination based on a portfolio.
16 October 2013
This new conference from the RSPH will provide delegates with an introduction to research publication, with the aim of improving their chances of success when submitting to an academic journal.
22 October 2013
Private water supplies in 2013 still provide water to thousands of people at home or on holiday. Are they all safe to drink from? Nearly 150 years since John Snow had the handle of the Broad Street water pump removed to protect people from cholera, the answer is still problematic.
23 October 2013
One of the greatest worries for environmental health and public health professionals is an E. coli O157 outbreak on their watch. How can you tell from initial information systems that something unusual is occurring?
30 October 2013
This conference brings together experts from organisations including Public Health England, NICE and the Cabinet Office to explore why behaviour change should be used as a vital aspect of health improvement.