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About Royal Society for Public Health

The Royal Society of Public Health

• The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) is an independent, multi-disciplinary organisation, dedicated to the promotion and protection of collective human health and wellbeing. Through advocacy, mediation, empowerment, knowledge and practice we advise on policy development, provide education and training services, encourage scientific research, disseminate information and certify products, training centres and processes.
• The RSPH enjoys patronage of Her Majesty the Queen
• The RSPH is a registered charity
• The RIPH and the RSH are two of the oldest public health bodies in the world, with over 150 years’ experience in protecting and promoting public health and will legally merge to become the RSPH as of October 1, 2008


Press release archive

A selection of our press releases

Dame Carol Black
Podcast interview (by the Royal Society for Public Health) with Dame Carol Black and Dr. Steve Boorman and using examples from the UK and around the world. Looks at wellbeing in the workplace and exam...
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Professor Richard Parish, Chief Executive of RSPH
The Royal Society for Public Health has responded to the Government’s White Paper, by developing a suite of training programmes on Behaviour Change designed specifically to support health and well bei...
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RSPH course for sports leaders
A new two day course is launched for British sports leaders who would like to extend their experience and improve the health of their community, with substantial discounts available in London.
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Royal Society for Public Health

Nicole Seeff
marketing executive
Phone: 020 7291 8358
Email: nseeff@riph.org.uk
Site: www.rsph.org.uk

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