• Blog
  • 13 November 2018

Blog: Public Health cuts and the wider workforce

In our latest blog, Kiran Kenth, Director of National and Regional Programmes at RSPH, describes some of the recent developments that organisations from the wider workforce are undertaking around public health

  • Blog
  • 12 November 2018

Guest blog: Making each day a happy one

Beth Bretherton, a Young Health Champion based in Wigan, explains how the RSPH Level 2 Award for Young Health Champions has helped her overcome her illness and support other young people

  • Blog
  • 26 October 2018

Guest blog: My Scroll free September

Rachel Bunting, 28 year old yoga loving, travel fanatic and (former) social media addict, shares her experience of Scroll Free September

  • Blog
  • 11 October 2018

Guest blog: Is childhood across Britain in crisis?

Sir Albert Aynsley-Green, the former first children’s commissioner for England now Visiting Professor of Advocacy for Children and Childhood at Nottingham Trent University and Professor Emeritus of Child Health at University College London, discusses the need for public health to be at the forefront of efforts to support children and young people to thrive

  • Blog
  • 26 September 2018

Guest blog: What does the term 'Scroll Free September' mean?

Dr. Anna Weighall, cognitive developmental psychologist, explains the importance of sleep and describes how the use of tech can impact upon it

  • Blog
  • 26 September 2018

Guest blog: Scroll Free September and the 'right to disconnect'

Joanne O'Connel, Founder of Employment Solicitor magazine, explains why she is in favour of Scroll Free September's Busy Bee initiative

  • Blog
  • 21 September 2018

Guest blog: The new rat race - Instagram and the endless pursuit for perfection

Fatima Sul, Student and writer from the National Capital Region in Canada, discusses the pressures associated with 'living your best life' out on social media

  • Blog
  • 20 September 2018

Guest blog: Social media, family life and wellbeing

Memta Jagtiani, a PhD Student specialising in social media and wellbeing, discusses the role of family life in relation to these two things

  • Blog
  • 20 September 2018

Guest blog: Using the best of technology to combat the worst

Maths Mathisen, CEO and Co-Founder of Hold, the app rewarding students for not checking their mobile phones while they study, talks about how and why the company was founded

  • Blog
  • 19 September 2018

Guest blog: Eight ways older people can be empowered to live independently

Maureen Cable, a trained nurse now working for Helpline Care Alarms, explains eight ways in which older people can be empowered to live independently