Sally Leach, Health and Wellbeing Advisor at Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council and Health Promotion Advisor for Health Action Campaign, explains why Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council are taking a Health in All Policies approach to Public Health.
As you will be aware from announcements from DfE and Ofqual, the continuing pandemic has led to some exams and assessments being cancelled in 2021.
Community spirit increased during the first lockdown for Covid-19, but so did social anxiety, distrust around following government guidance, and fears about the future of local areas has also taken hold a new report by the RSPH has found.
We caught up with Vicki Dawson, CEO and Founder of The Sleep Charity to find out what it was like to win an RSPH Health & Wellbeing Award and what she's looking for from this year's entries.
RSPH has responded to the Chancellor’s Budget set out yesterday, Wednesday March 3rd 2021.
Stephen Wood is Professor of Management, University of Leicester, and a Fellow of the British Academy of Social Science and Academic Fellow of the CIPD. Currently, he is studying home working in the pandemic and here he outlines some of the ways working from home has impacted people's wellbeing.
This month's GHA member spotlight is the Scotland Reducing Gambling Harm programme at the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (The ALLIANCE).
In a piece of work funded by the Department of Health and Social Care, RSPH has collaborated with the University of Southampton in the development of the RSPH Level 2 Award for COVID-19 Young Health Champions.
February has flown by for the Policy and Campaigns team. It’s been a month packed full of policy report launches, engagement with RSPH members and planning for new campaigns with the Gambling Health Alliance.
Research by the Gambling Health Alliance has found that the overwhelming majority (83%) of children and young people play video games when they are below the set Pan European Game Information (PEGI) age classification.