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Royal Society of Health

Founded in October 2008 when the merger of the Royal Society of Health and the Royal Institute of Public Health happened and called as The Royal Society for Public Health is multi-disciplinary charity, independent, dedicated to the improvement of the public’s health and wellbeing., it helps empower, working to educate, inform policy and practice and support communities and individuals to live healthily. Its vision is everybody has the opportunity to optimise their wellbeing health.

With the Queen as its Patron, It has a Royal Charter  and is governed by a Trustees, all of whom are Royal Society of  Public Health members.Royal Society of  Public Health's Chief executive Officer is Shirley Cramer , while the present  president is  Hunt of King's Heath, present vice presidents are Baroness umberlege, Baroness Massey of Darwen, and Patel of Bradford.


Our seminars, conferences, events and training drive insight and prompt discussion on important public health issues. Abuse and Domestic violence must be a public health priority to support. Our aim is that everyone should have the opportunity to optimise their wellbeing and health. We accredit both campaigns and training programmes provided by in-house or third sector organisations. We implement and develop a wide range of policy and projects to effect change and educate individuals. We provide a vast range of vocational qualifications that are suitable to the workplace and national health priorities membership is open to anyone working in public health and is a widely recognised mark of commitment.

There are six thousand members chosen from every area and profession across public health, including nursing, environmental health, food hygiene, dentistry, health promotion, health protection. It is used to raise awareness of issues which affect public’s health  through campaigns, it draws attention to particular issues, highlighting  a wide range of organisations and committees, government and  local authorities to make changes that will improve health and wellbeing for all.

Public health means all aspects of health protection and promotion and this is reflected throughout Royal Society of  Public Health's projects, policy and  work, reports and campaigns.

Recent such works have focused on reducing tobacco use and help to increase safer forms of nicotine, how street businesses can affect health, and calorie labelling for liquor.

It has two accreditation services, 1.for campaigns and 2.for training programmes which are in-house or provided by third sector organisations. The common theme is that both services are concerned with maintaining good standards of hygiene, public safety and health. Royal Society of Public Health has a wide range of training, conferences, mental wellbeing, seminars, events and in water hygiene, infection control, and occupational medicine and more.

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