Royal College of Physicians backs RSPH calls on drug reform

The Royal College of Physicians has expressed its formal support for the finding and recommendations of RSPH’s landmark drug policy report

RSPH and YHM partners with ADCAN Awards

RSPH and the Young Health Movement have partnered with ADCAN Awards in their fifth-annual filmmaking competition

Parliamentary Group launched to tackle health impact of social media on young people

The launch of a new All-Party Parliamentary Group aimed at tackling the health impact of social media coincides with a new poll which suggests an overwhelming demand from the UK public for tighter regulation of social media companies

RSPH-Slimming World campaign shortlisted for two CIPR awards

RSPH and Slimming World’s Size Matters campaign, which explored the contribution upselling makes towards obesity and weight gain has been nominated for the prestigious Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Awards.

Public Health journal - April issue out now

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

RSPH welcomes ‘Sugar Tax’, with positive effects already being felt in struggle against obesity

RSPH has welcomed the implementation of the UK’s landmark Soft Drinks Industry Levy

Payday loans named unhealthiest form of credit

Payday lenders have been named and shamed as the most unhealthy form of credit available in the UK, in a report launched in Parliament by RSPH

PACEY receives accreditation for its new food safety e-learning programme

PACEY’s new Level 2 Food Safety and Hygiene for Early Years Settings e-learning programme has become the latest to receive accreditation from RSPH

Public Health journal - March issue available now

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

Hiding, not providing: alcohol industry labelling proposal fails to deliver

RSPH has reacted with disappointment to a self-regulatory proposal for labelling announced by the alcohol industry

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

What Is the Future of Water and Public Health? - a call for abstracts

RSPH invites the submission of abstracts for the 2018 'What Is the Future of Water and Public Health?‘ conference

Health & Wellbeing Awards 2018 - open for entries

The Health & Wellbeing Awards is now open for entries

Public Health journal - February issue out now

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

Impact of debt on health research

RSPH is undertaking research to better understand the impact of using credit and being in debt on health and wellbeing

New PHE review strengthens consensus on harm reduction role of e-cigarettes

RSPH has welcomed a new comprehensive evidence review on e-cigarettes published by Public Health England

Faith and health research

RSPH is undertaking some research to better understand the role of faith and religion in health and wellbeing

RSPH proposes new labelling scheme to tackle alcohol health awareness vacuum

Alcohol industry urged to reverse recent changes that put British drinkers even more in the dark

Perspectives in Public Health journal - January issue out now

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

Public Health journal - January issue out now

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

New categories for Health & Wellbeing Awards 2018

The Health & Wellbeing Awards will see two brand new categories for 2018: these are for Children & Young People and Health on the High Street

New qualifications for 2018

As part of its regular review of qualifications and their content, RSPH has either already updated or will be updating a number of them this year to ensure that they continue to provide effective and relevant certification of skills

Arts, Health and Wellbeing Steering Group seeks new Steering Committee member

A new seat is available for a pharmacist to join the RSPH's Special Interest Group in Arts, Health and Wellbeing

Family arguments most stressful part of Christmas, poll finds

As Christmas draws near RSPH has revealed what makes us most stressed around the festive season.

RSPH welcomes launch of Jabs for the Boys initiative to raise awareness of HPV diseases in men

RSPH has warmly welcomed the launch of Jabs for the Boys, an initiative aiming to increase awareness of diseases in men caused by the human papillomavirus.