Perspectives in Public Health

Perspectives in Public Health is our members' journal. It is a bi-monthly peer-reviewed journal which is practice orientated and features current topics and opinions, news and views, case studies, book reviews and updates on the work of the RSPH.
 
Perspectives montage 2014 Journal Impact Factor: 1.423
5 year Impact Factor: 1.340

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Ranking 69 out of 145 journals in the ISI Public, Environmental & Occupational Health category

 

Latest Issue: March 2016

Our March special issue focuses on Innovations in Healthy Ageing; contributors include Innovate UK, Alzheimer’s Research UK and the Claremont Project.

The range of topics encompasses the long-term care revolution, assistive robotics for independent living, consideration of the ageing population and improving the wellbeing of people with dementia and dementia risk reduction.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Perspectives in Public Health is essential reading for all those who have an interest in health and health promotion" - Baroness Sally Greengross OBE, Co-Chair, Alliance for Health and the Future

"The strength of this journal is its multidisciplinary nature - not only is it informative for subjects relating directly to my profession, but it also keeps me up-to-date with what is happening in different fields" - Professor Raman Bedi, Chief Dental Officer for England

Virtual special issues

Healthy homes - articles that consider the impact that living conditions and the residential environment have on the health of individuals
Food safety - a focus on the implications for different age groups in different settings
Obesity - the effect of obesity on the invidual and the wider implications for public health 
Urban air pollution - the effects it can have on human health, public health policy, and measures that have been taken to improve air quality.
 
How to access Perspectives in Public Health
One of the benefits of RSPH membership is free access to the journal Perspectives in Public Health. Find out about the wide range of member benefits and join online today!
 
All members recieve a copy of the journal in the post and can access the current and past issues online through the Members' Area.
 
 

Contact the Editorial Office

Amy Ellis-Thompson BA(Hons) MA
Connie Harris BSc(Hons)
 
Telephone: +44(0)20 7265 7331
Twitter: @RSPH_PPH 
 

Editor
Heather Hartwell, BSc (Hons) PhD PGCE RNut ILTM FRSPH

Deputy Editor
Rosalind Stanwell-Smith MBBCh MSc FRCOG FFPH FRSPH

Editorial Board
Lisa Ackerley BSc(Hons), PhD, CMCIEH, FRSPH, MIFHT
Chitta Choudhury PhD MPH FFDRCS BDS DND FRSPH
Stephen Clift BA (Hons) PhD FRSPH
Eugenia Cronin MSc PhD FFPH FRSPH
Rotimi A K Jaiyesimi MBA FFFPFWACS FRCOG FRSPH
Patrick Keady MBA FIOSH RSP FRSPH MIHM MRSC AIRM NB(Sc)
Bashir Qureshi FRCGP FRCPCH MICGP MFFP(RCOG) HonFRSPH
Angela Scriven MEd BA CertEd FRSPH
Robert Warwick BSc MBA DMan FRSPH FRSA FCIOSH MIBMS
Joanna Saunders MPH CertHSM FRSPH

International Advisory Board
Sir Michael Marmot MBBS MPH PhD FRCP FFPHM FMedSci HonFRSPH (UK)
Georges Benjamin MD FACP FACEP HonFRSPH (USA)
Sian Griffiths OBE MA MB FFPHM(UK) FRSPH (Hong Kong)
Michael W. Popejoy MBA PhD MPH MS FRSPH (USA)
Rachel Davey BSc MMedSci PhD (Australia)