Public misperceptions of vaping harm on the rise

Public Health England (PHE) has today (4 March 2020) published an update on vaping prevalence in England, including among people with mental health conditions, pregnant women, and young people.

Guest blog: Health Promotion – a Case Study

Sally Leach, Health and Wellbeing Advisor at Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council and Health Promotion Adviser for Health Action Campaign, explains how holistic approaches to health and wellbeing can empower people to make positive lifestyle changes

How to wash your hands – An expert’s guide

As the Coronavirus outbreak continues to develop, the UK Government has reiterated their hand hygiene guidance to help prevent the spread of the disease.

Guest blog: Winning an RSPH Health & Wellbeing Award

Stuart King, CEO and Head of Distraction at BeeZee Bodies talks about his experience of winning an RSPH award what it means to him and his team

Guest blog: Agriculture Bill: Public health must be a public good

Paraskevi Seferidi, Research Associate at the Public Health Policy Evaluation unit, Imperial College London explains how the new Agriculture Bill could improve the public's health

Guest blog: Supporting men's wellbeing through community programmes

Peter Baker, Director of Global Action on Men’s Health and consultant and trainer for Hampshire County Council’s SBS programme, explores ways community-based initiatives can support men's wellbeing

Marmot Review 10 Years On: Stalling life expectancy a damning indictment of 2020 England

Launch of new eLearning course: Level 1 Food Hygiene Awareness

This week RSPH has launched an online version of the Level 1 Food Hygiene Awareness qualification.

RSPH welcomes Government announcement to grant Ofcom power to regulate social media

RSPH welcomes today’s announcement that the government is minded to grant communications watchdog Ofcom extended responsibilities to regulate UK social media platforms

Blog: Thinking big, thinking differently

Shirley Cramer CBE, Chief Executive of RSPH, reflects on the links between food, farming, climate change and health, and how to make change happen at scale