- 11 September 2020
Paul Crawford, Professor of Health Humanities at the School of Health Sciences at Nottingham University and RSPH Fellow, looks back on the impact that Florence Nightingale had on public health and what we can learn from her during the Covid-19 pandemic.
- 05 August 2020
Alex Ellicott is a Public Health researcher with Health Action Campaign. She became interested in the influence of the man-made environment on health while working as a Trainee Safety Consultant, gaining insight into environmental health protection within the nuclear, oil and gas industry. This has led to her current research, on the wider influence of climate change on public health. Here, she outlines the significant effects climate change could have on UK public health.
- 04 August 2020
Amanda Atkinson, Head of Parental Engagement at the Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM), outlines their new Parent Hub and why it is a vital resource.
- 07 July 2020
Linda Hindle is the Deputy Chief Allied Health Professional Officer, working for Public Health England as Lead AHP and Public Health Engagement Lead for the Emergency Services. She introduces the Allied Health Professions hub and explains how the hub's resources aim to support the 14 AHPs in their work to improve the public's health.
- 25 June 2020
Nelly Araujo, Development Manager at RSPH and Professor Mark Gamsu, Professor at Leeds Beckett University, discuss the financial insecurity programme and how it hopes to address the often over-looked health issues that financial insecurity causes
- 19 June 2020
Jessica Tunks and Ruby Basra, RSPH Young Health Champions and part of the Feed Britain Better Coalition, explain what Government and business could do differently in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic to make healthy food as affordable and accessible as possible.
- 17 June 2020
Steve Penfold, Senior Health Advisor working with an international development agency in Jordan, makes the case for public health specialists, who work internationally, to be exempt from the UK's 14-day travel quarantine.
- 11 June 2020
Dr Niloofar Shoari, Research Associate in the School of Public Health at Imperial College London, outlines whether public parks in England and Wales facilitate social distancing.
- 08 June 2020
Catherine Sweet from National gambling support charity GamCare, shares why they’re focusing on women and gambling harms.
- 05 June 2020
Professor Lisa Ackerley, Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner, explains how to use eggs safely and what consumers and catering professionals need to be aware of when cooking eggs.