Guest blog: Comic Art and Illustrating Futures

Caron Walker, Consultant in Public Health & Assistant Director at Calderdale Council, gives us the highlights from a recent Comics Roundtable

RSPH commends Government Green Paper commitment to a prevention agenda 

RSPH welcomes the publication of the highly anticipated Green Paper on the prevention of ill-health

Could you make a difference and help to improve and protect the public’s health?

We are currently seeking Trustees to fill vacancies on our Board of Trustees, the RSPH Council

Guest blog: Student mental health problems - how to tackle a growing public health issue

Michael Baber, Director of Health Action Campaign, a public health charity whose guiding principle is that prevention is better than cure, discusses the growing issue of student mental ill health

Guest blog: Moving from Mental Health Awareness to Mental Health Promotion

Chris Attoe, Head of Research & Development, Maudsley Learning, South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, highlights the importance of mental health promotion

RSPH welcomes Food, Farming and Countryside Commission report

RSPH welcomes publication of the latest and final report from the Food, Farming and Countryside Commission

Why are so many millennials choosing to go social media free?

RSPH has launched their second annual Scroll Free September campaign

European Youth Health Champions Training Launched on World Youth Skills Day

A new e-learning programme designed to support young people to develop their skills as peer health mentors has been launched by RSPH, in partnership with seven other organisations across Europe

Launch of new Social Prescribing Framework for Allied Health Professionals 

RSPH, along with Public Health England and NHS Improvement, has developed a framework to support Allied Health Professionals to increase their social prescribing and to create a vision of social prescribing for AHPs

RSPH welcomes roll-out of universal HPV vaccination programme 

RSPH welcomes the announcement that boys aged 12-13 will for the first time receive the HPV vaccine at the same age as girls