Related organisations and useful links:

Health Education Partnership

Health Equalities Group

Royal Society for Public Health

The UK Public Health Network.

Paediatric Care Online 

Motivate 2 Move

Smokefree Action Coalition 

Environmental Health News:

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health

The Faculty of Public Health

International Union for Health Promotion and Education

WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Promotion in Hospitals and Health Care

HENRY (Health, Exercise, Nutrition for the Really Young)

Learning for Public Health West Midlands 

The Food Foundation

The Obesity Health Alliance


Northern Ireland: Public Health Agency

Scotland: Health Scotland

Scottish Public Health Network

Wales: Health Challenge Wales 

England: DH Healthy living section…

England: Change4life…

Academy of Medical Royal Colleges – 2015 Exercise Report

Women’s Sport Trust 

Richmond Group of Charities: 


The British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology:

British Psychological Society Special Group in Coaching Psychology:

Association for Coaching:

European Mentoring and Coaching Council:

International Stress Management Association UK:

The Coaching and Mentoring Network:


The Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH)

The UK National Healthy Universities Network

All-Party Parliamentary Food and Drink Manufacturing Group

RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents)

CAPT (The Child Accident Prevention Trust)

Injury Epidemiology and Prevention Research Group (IEPRG)

The UK Health Forum (UKHF)


Archived websites:

The United Kingdom Public Health Association

Shaping the future of health promotion


Local Health Profiles

Public Health England produces profiles annually. They give a snapshot overview of health for each local authority in England in a user-friendly format. They are available for Local Authorities and Counties.

They are likely to be a valuable tool for local government, health services and partners in helping them to understand community needs, so that they can work to improve people’s health.

Further information is available here.