Public Health England (now the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities) asked Leeds Beckett University to pull together a review of existing research evidence in order to give commissioners and those delivering community champions programmes a better understanding of the evidence base for these kinds of approaches.
2014 Annual Conference
Following on from the RSPH annual conference, "Healthy settings and developing wellbeing in the community", held on 1 October 2014, RSPH Chief Executive Shirley Cramer interviews speakers Jane Ellison MP, John Cridland CBE and Sir Michael Marmot.
Jane Ellison MP
RSPH Chief Executive Shirley Cramer interviews Jane Ellison MP, discussing the importance of investing in health and wellbeing in the work place; how organisations such as RSPH can encourage this and finally the role of work place health champions.
RSPH Chief Executive Shirley Cramer interviews John Cridland, discussing employers investing in health and wellbeing in the work place, their interest in prevention and the role of work health champions.
Sir Michael Marmot
RSPH Chief Executive Shirley Cramer interviews Sir Michael Marmot, discussing the impact of his Report to improve community health and wellbeing; the role business can play in tackling health issues and how RSPH and other organisations can involve business; and finally how the government should be talking health issues.
Following on from the RSPH Annual Conference on 12 September, speaker Duncan Selbie spoke to RSPH Chief Executive Shirley Cramer. In a short interview they discussed the future of Health Checks; getting the correct balance between a nudge and shove approach and the development of the wider workforce.