Professor of Mental Health: Robert Gordon University

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The Faculty of Health and Social Care has a track record in research that informs healthcare practice. The School of Nursing and Midwifery research is focussed around three core research themes; 1. Long term conditions; palliative care and bereavement research; … Continued

Peter Draper

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The recent death of Peter Draper on the 30th of July will have saddened readers who recall his many contributions to public health and health promotion. Described in his obituary as an outstanding public health researcher who tackled ‘victim blaming’ … Continued

The Global Challenge of Nutrition

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Professor David Sanders, Emeritus Professor at the University of the Western Cape speaking before the 2nd World Nutrition Congress in South Africa described adequate nutrition as still a massive global problem which should be viewed with the same urgency as … Continued

Watered Down Childhood Obesity Strategy

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The promised but much delayed Government Strategy on childhood obesity, now downgraded to a Plan was published in August. Although it includes a commitment to a sugar tax the Plan has been widely criticised for failing to go far enough … Continued

President’s Communication

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My term as President has come to an end, although I will continue to be significantly involved in IHPE work through co-editing the International Journal of Health Promotion and Education. Two years can pass quickly, I must say. In my … Continued

Free slide sets: Obesity and Physical Activity

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Obesity PowerPoint slides presenting key data and information on adult and child obesity in clear, easy to understand charts and graphics. These can be used freely with acknowledgement to Public Health England. Physical activity PowerPoint slides presenting key data and … Continued

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