By Dr John Lloyd – Past President of the IHPE.
“Failing to invest in prevention is counter-productive First and foremost, we continue to stress that investing in public health is vital for relieving the pressures on both NHS and social care budgets and making broad societal returns on investments in … Continued
Removing alcohol adverts from streets and public transport, and phasing out alcohol sponsorship in sport are among the steps that should be taken to prevent alcohol companies reaching our children. In a report published Feb 2017 by Alcohol Focus Scotland, … Continued
The Communities and Local Government (CLG) Committee report on public parks warns that parks are at a tipping point and face a period of decline with potentially severe consequences unless their vital contribution to areas such as public health, community integration and … Continued
UKPHR is pleased to announce the launch of a new voluntary register for health promotion practitioners. Sitting alongside UKPHR’s established register for members of the core public health workforce, the new register is being opened in UKPHR’s capacity as the … Continued