• 15 March 2018

Guest blog: Trending in Middlesbrough

Sandra Phillips, Chief Executive of Actes Trust, reflects on the positive impact of winning the Community Health Development Award 2017 for Trending Middlesbrough

  • 14 March 2018

Blog: Taking another trip down Health on the High Street

Duncan Stephenson, Director of External Affairs & Marketing at RSPH, reflects on the impact of the Health on the High Street campaign and how there is still work to be done to ensure that our high streets support the public's health

  • 05 March 2018

Guest blog: Museums on Prescription

Helen Chatterjee, Professor of Biology at University College London, describes how winning two RSPH awards in 2017 provided publicity, kudos and advocacy for the Museums on Prescription project

  • 27 February 2018

Guest blog: How formal recognition supports Mind and Body

Rick Bradley, Operations Manager for Addaction’s ‘Mind and Body’ programme, explains why it is worth dedicating time to preparing an entry for the Health & Wellbeing Awards

  • 11 January 2018

Blog: Could 2018 be the year for a rights-based approach to the public’s health?

Shirley Cramer CBE, Chief Executive of RSPH, reflects on the positives offered by a human rights-based approach to public health

  • 02 January 2018

Blog: A lesson in neighbourhood preventive care from the Netherlands

Shirley Cramer CBE, Chief Executive of RSPH, considers how practitioner-led innovation can deliver significant benefits in public health

  • 15 December 2017

Guest blog: Royal Society of Medicine conferences investigate the relationship between farming and public health

Peter Melchett, Policy Director at the Soil Association, contends that the era during which public health professionals could happily ignore what happens on farms is well and truly over

  • 12 December 2017

Blog: The University of the 3rd Age and ‘The 5 ways to Wellbeing’

Jill Turner, Trustee for RSPH and U3A In Kennet, reflects on some of the initiatives enabling people to maintain their health and wellbeing in later life

  • 05 December 2017

Guest blog: Untapped resources

Steve Aspinall, Chairman of the British Association of Sport Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT), explains why the accredited registers workforce has such a vital role to play in supporting the public's health

  • 10 November 2017

Guest blog: Tackling social issues with the arts

Isla Whateley, an MA (Hons) student in Social Anthropology with Development at the University of Edinburgh and representative of RSPH’s Young Health Movement, reviews her role as a judge in the 'Health: From Here to Where?' short story competition