Our Campaigns, Policy Work and Other Projects

Find out about our Campaigns and Policy work, our various Special Programmes and Creative Projects, the Latest Public Health News and our past Media Coverage


 


Campaigns and Policy

Our public health Campaigns aim to draw attention to particular issues - and call on a wide range of organisations, Local Authorities and Government to make changes to improve public health and wellbeing for all. In addition, our important Policy Work covers many key areas of concern - such as Drugs and Alcohol UseFood AllergiesObesityVaccinations and Workplace Health.

We base our research and recommendations on the expertise and experience of our Members; a small army of Public Health Professionals and Educational Institutions from around the world. In this way, we hope to present an authoritative voice that stimulates debate and effects change.


Campaigns

Our campaigns raise awareness of the issues that impact on the public's health

Policy

Our policy work covers key areas in public health and calls for changes to improve health and wellbeing across the UK

Consultations

We regularly take part in sector specific consultations to influence public health policy

Our Strategic Priorities

Our strategic priorities define and determine our areas of focus so that we can maximise our impact and the delivery of our mission

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Latest Public Health News

 

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Special Programmes

We work with a range of national and regional partners to develop, support and implement Special Programmes and initiatives aimed at supporting the public's health and wellbeing.


Alcohol health champions

RSPH is proud to support a pioneering programme which is being rolled out across Greater Manchester

Connect 5

Connect 5 has been developed to give frontline staff the confidence to have more effective conversations with the public about their mental health and wellbeing

European Youth Health Champions

The European Youth Health Champions project aims to create new, evidence-based, transnational resources to train youth peer educators

Young Health Champions

The Young Health Champions Award is a Level 2 qualification for young people between the ages of 14-24

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Our Creative Projects

In addition to our Policy and Campaign work, we explore the challenges facing the public's health through a range of Creative Projects.


flashpoints

flashpoints is a photography competition held by RSPH in partnership with the Royal Photographic Society

The Healthy Lives Photography Commission

In February 2018 photographer Matt Writtle produced a series of images that would illustrate the social, economic and environmental factors that influence the public’s health

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Our Media Highlights

Our Campaign and Policy Work has stimulated debate around the world - with hundreds of media appearances and tens of thousands of articles featuring our reports and research. You can see more on the RSPH YouTube Channel.

If you represent a media organisation or news channel and would like us to comment on a particular public health issue or story, please contact our Press Office.


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Our Resources


Emergency Services Hub

This hub provides access to resources for the emergency services in order to share information, best practice and cooperation around public health

Health on the High Street resources hub

This resource hub is a central repository of information for anyone who needs support in their efforts to ensure their High Street is as health promoting as possible

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