RSPH launches Public Health Manifesto to improve and protect the public’s health in open letter to Political Parties

In the run up to the General Election, RSPH has issued an open letter to all standing Political Parties outlining the most pressing public health challenges that any future Government should commit to

RSPH strengthens relationship with health and fitness through new partnership with CIMSPA

​​​​​​​Partnership sees RSPH unveil UK’s first qualification mapped to CIMSPA’s Health Navigator Professional Standard

Guest blog: Catch-up vaccination for boys - The case for action

Peter Baker, Campaign Director at HPV Action, makes the case for why we need catch-up HPV vaccination for boys.

Guest blog: What is a public health approach to youth violence?

Dr Ann Hagell, Research Lead at the Association for Young People’s Health, unpicks what we really mean by a public health approach to serious youth violence.  

RSPH welcomes findings from NAO investigation into pre-school vaccinations

The National Audit Office has published a report investigating why NHS England has missed the Department of Health and Social Care’s 95% performance standard for the uptake of nearly all pre-school vaccinations in England since 2012

RSPH commends Select Committee calls for radical new approach to UK drugs policy

RSPH is delighted that the Committee has taken a bold and evidence-based approach, that treats drugs policy first and foremost as an issue of health.

New Programme 'Healthier Environments' explores ways to improve and protect the public's health

RSPH and ITN Productions Industry News have partnered once again to co-produce a news and current affairs-style programme “Healthier Environments” exploring the current public health issues and initiatives that are making a difference across the country

Champions of health and wellbeing celebrated at RSPH Awards 2019

The public health community came together on Thursday 17 October at the RSPH Awards 2019 to celebrate outstanding contributions to championing the public’s health

Guest blog: The increasing popularity of taking time away from tech is here to stay

Dr Lawrence Ampofo, founder and CEO of Digital Mindfulness, explores the rise of tech-free time and what it means for people's health and the tech industry.

‘Look after your self-ie’

​​​​​​​After 400,000 take a break from social media for Scroll Free September, RSPH launches free resource to encourage social media users to practice self-care