The May issue of Perspectives in Public Health is now available.

This issue features papers spanning a wide range of topics including:

  • Revising and utilizing the Richter Scale for Health in an urban center in the US
  • Cultural postpartum practices of ‘doing the month’ in China
  • Exploring the perceived health benefits of singing in a choir
  • Associations between the combined physical activity environment, socio-economic status, and obesity

Perspectives in Public Health is our bi-monthly journal, combining peer-reviewed research and reviews with practice-based current topic and opinion articles, news and views, case studies, book reviews, and updates on our latest work.

Online access to current and past issues of Perspectives in Public Health is one of the many benefits available to members of RSPH.