Blog: Broadening the career opportunities for health and fitness professionals

Duncan Stephenson, Director of External Affairs at the Royal Society for Public Health, reflects on the valuable role that the Exercise Professional Workforce can play in improving the public's health

MPs call for tax on social media companies to protect young social media users from health harms

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Social Media and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellbeing has published its report on the Group’s Inquiry

What is the future of water and public health? - a call for abstracts

RSPH invites the submission of abstracts for the 2019 'What Is the Future of Water and Public Health?‘ conference

Guest blog: Raising the bar and removing barriers for Deaf patients

Mark Applin, co-founder of Signly, highights the need for an innovative approach when overcoming communication barriers faced by Deaf patients

Perspectives in Public Health journal - March issue out now

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

Guest blog: Winning the 'Children & Young People' award

Vicki Dawson, CEO and founder of 'The Children's Sleep Charity', reflects on the importance of gaining recognition in developing the valuable work that they do

RSPH accredits modules from London Metropolitan University’s MSc in Public Health

The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) has accredited the four core modules from London Metropolitan University’s MSc in Public Health programme

RSPH backs calls for tougher online gambling limits

RSPH, soon to establish a Gambling Health Alliance, welcomes the call for tougher limits on online gambling in today's speech by Tom Watson MP

RSPH presents 'Healthier Environments', a collaboration with ITN Productions

RSPH presents 'Healthier Environments', a collaboration with ITN Productions Industry News, Launching October 2019

Young Health Champions secure funding from Mayor of London to lead campaign on period poverty

Young Health Champions from Kelmscott School in Walthamstow have successfully secured a £1,000 grant from the Mayor of London to deliver a campaign highlighting period poverty