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Call for Health & Wellbeing Award applicants

Call for Health & Wellbeing Award applicants

Enrol your organisation for our 2015 Awards by 30th June for the chance to win the prestigous Public Health Minister's Award! 

Call for Health & Wellbeing Award applicants
Annual Conference and Awards

Annual Conference and Awards

Join us on October 22nd to explore the changing public health landscape and celebrate our award winners including the esteemed Public Health Minister’s Award.

 

Annual Conference and Awards
Why a Youth Health Movement?

Why a Youth Health Movement?

Alix Sheppard explains how the Youth Health Champions scheme evolved and how working alongside and talking with young people played a key role

Why a Youth Health Movement?
Introducing the hidden public health workforce

Introducing the hidden public health workforce

Find out why we believe that by supporting and uncovering the excellent work of the wider workforce we can improve health and wellbeing across the nation

Introducing the hidden public health workforce
‘Improve and Protect’, a collaboration with ITN Productions

‘Improve and Protect’, a collaboration with ITN Productions

A programme exploring some of the nation’s major public health challenges and opportunities- launch interview with Shirley Cramer and Natasha Kaplinsky available now

‘Improve and Protect’, a collaboration with ITN Productions

Latest news

  • 24 June 2015

    Creating healthy workplaces should be a core priority for every organisation

    RSPH welcomes the new NICE guidelines that make recommendations on how organisations can improve the health and wellbeing of employees. In a country where work-related illness and workplace injury cost society an estimated 28.2 million working days and £14.2 billion, it should be a no-brainer for health and wellbeing to be a core priority for every organisation.

  • 19 June 2015

    General practice must shine more brightly

    RSPH is delighted that the pre-election promise of addressing the GP deficit in the NHS is being translated into action and, especially, that it is tied to an understanding of the changing shape and requirements of the UK population.

  • 18 June 2015

    Blog: The public health cuts, what do they mean?

    It seems as though the last week has been dominated by conversations and meetings about the announcement of a £200million cut to the public health grant to local authorities in the UK. To say that this was a surprise announcement by George Osborne is an understatement, and the implications for public health spending in local government are just beginning to sink in.

  • 12 June 2015

    Blog: Food Poisoning – The challenges and controls

    Dr. Rosalind Stanwell-Smith, Deputy Editor of Perspectives in Public Health gives her review of Food Poisoning-The Challenges and Controls which took place on the 20th May 2015