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Our centres offer training, qualifications and skills development spanning food safety, pest control and understanding health improvement.

 

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Health on the high street

Health on the high street

Business makes an important contribution to vibrant and healthy high streets, however there are some business practices which may negatively impact on the public’s health.

Health on the high street
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
Join the Youth Health Movement

Join the Youth Health Movement

A growing network facilitating peer education and mentoring about lifestyle related risks to health to effect real and lasting change in the wider community.

Join the Youth Health Movement
‘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

  • 20 May 2015

    New report on best practice for water hygiene in buildings

    Following our 2014 webinar series, our latest report explores best practice and latest research on global issues including water sampling, system design, waterbourne infection and surveillance.

  • 14 May 2015

    RSPH comment on OECD report on alcohol consumption

    We welcome the OECD report which has brought tackling alcohol related harm back into the spotlight. We are however concerned that the figures in the report do not correlate with official government statistics which lean towards a downward trend for alcohol consumption and binge drinking in the UK.

  • 01 May 2015

    RSPH comment on Wednesday’s alcohol strategy vote in EU Parliament

    The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) is delighted with the results of Wednesday’s vote in the European Parliament but urge the EU Commission to act swiftly and implement measures that are being called for by the public and politicians alike.

  • 29 April 2015

    MEPs must vote to close loophole on calorie labelling for alcoholic drinks

    We are urging Members of the European Parliament to vote in favour of proposals to introduce nutritional labelling on all alcoholic drinks in a vote today. If passed, the European Commission will have to come forward with proposals to introduce calorie labelling for alcohol.