Previous webinar recordings
Reimagining public health in the aftermath of the pandemic
This is a pivotal moment for public health, with Covid-19 highlighting the limits of the current status quo. The pandemic has shown the fallacy of focusing on personal responsibility; the value of local public health teams; the social and economic cost of inequality; and that health means far more than just healthcare. What must follow is a bold vision for public health.
Q&A with Sir Michael Marmot
In this webinar, Sir Michael Marmot was in discussion with our Head of Engagement, Laura Furness, to answer your questions.
Geopolitical determinants of health
In this webinar we heard about the geopolitical factors at play affectng the mental health and wellbeing of individuals.
Covid vaccine, mis & dis information
In this webinar we heard expert speakers on the issue of mis and disinformation regards the Covid vaccine.
RSPH Sparls Debates with Ahmina Akhtar, Charlotte Augst & Dr Navina Evans
In this webinar, panelists discussed their perspectives of co-production and patient voice within public health.
What do we mean by 'public health'?
In this webinar, we heard the panelists share their perspectives on the role of prevention in healthy populations.
The Future of Public Health Systems - Professor Maggie Rae, Richard Sloggett, Dr Jonathan Pearson-Stuttard and Lord Kamlesh Patel
In this webinar, we heard the panelists thoughts on health inequalities, improving outcomes, building an effective and strong workforce and public health system and the opportunities through the planned reforms in ‘levelling up’.
Public Health and the State - RSPH and Professor Chris Whitty
Chief Medical Officer, Professor Chris Whitty, introduced by Royal Society for Public Health's Chief Executive, Christina Marriott, shared his perspectives on Public Health and the State.
The role of the State and the individual is an important question in public health. This webinar will explore the areas that Government is perceived to be responsible for, ones where the public believe Government should have no role and the areas where medical professionals provide a third dimension to a triangle of responsibility.