Dr Nigel Carter OBE appointed as RSPH Chair

Dr Nigel Carter OBE has succeeded Phillip Woodward as Chair of RSPH

Guest blog: The effectiveness of disinfection in food premises

Barrie Trevena, an independent Environmental Health Consultant and Director of Kernow Enviro-Wise Ltd, explores the main methods of disinfecting hand and food surfaces and the effectiveness of these methods

RSPH shortlisted for qualification of the year award      

The RSPH Level 2 Award for Young Health Champions has been shortlisted for the qualification of the year award at the FAB 2019 Awards

Guest blog: Meaningful use of social media: Are you scrolling intentionally?

Simon Heyes from digital marketing agency novel, who are supporting Scroll Free September for the second year, highlights some tips for meaningful use and intent when it comes to social media

Guest blog: What mapping South London streets taught us about child obesity

Jessica Attard, Portfolio Manager at Guy's and St Thomas' Charity, and Toby Green, Policy and Research Manager at RSPH, explain their work looking into how the public realm promotes or hinders healthy eating and activity.

​​​​​​​RSPH calls for better routes home from school to tackle childhood obesity

A new report outlines a raft of measures aimed at overhauling the after-school street environment for children in the UK

Hygeia Awards 2019 winners announced

The winners of the Hygeia Awards 2019 were announced on 11 September at 28 Portland Place

RSPH supports PHE statement for professionals to have healthier weight conversations

RSPH backs the consensus statement released today by Public Health England (PHE), to support public health professionals to have healthier weight conversations.

Guest blog: Healthy alternatives to control your scroll

Katie Hoare from Counselling Directory and Happiful, who are supporting #ScrollFreeSeptember with their #ScrollControl campaign, details eight healthy substitutes for endless social media scrolling.

Perspectives in Public Health journal - September issue out now

The September 2019 issue of Perspectives in Public Health is now available with new papers spanning a wide range of topics