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The UK's professional membership body for . We work with our members to protect and improve human health.
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Faculty of Public Health Oct 19
Our seminar on Brexit and public health is underway. FPH President and welcome 400 registered delegates from 20 countries spanning 3 continents. We must continue to collaborate at an international scale to protect and improve public health
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Royal College of Physicians Oct 16
In our next blog for , Silothabo Dliso tells us the touching story behind why he chose a career as a physician associate 👇
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Jim McManus OCDS Oct 18
A good and short thread from about Germany and - a system where local & national work together with decentralised system and culture of partnership as well as well functioning test and trace
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Ben Wealthy Oct 15
Worth a listen, as always. . outlines two big challenges for the Test and Trace Service: - Speed - Reach and depth
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Linda Hindle 💙 Oct 16
Good luck everyone. I’m looking forward to attending my first virtual awards ceremony. Well done for pulling this together
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WFPHA World Congress on Public Health Oct 16
WLD025 - Moral Mandate of public health, organised efforts of society and implications for practice is starting now, organized by , Institute of Health Equity, International Environmental Forum, and European Centre for Peace and Development
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Alastair H Leyland Oct 16
"In almost half of rich countries, more than one in five children lives in poverty" presenting at WLD session on the Moral Mandate of Public Health at Session organised by
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EUPHA-IDC section Oct 16
EUPHActs: LIVE in the Auditorium: Dr Farhang Tahzib introduces who begins by showing country differences in life expectancy.
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Poppy Jaman OBE Oct 12
I am very excited that this is happening. Women working in health please take a look, join the network and complete the survey. Let's become the a LOUD UK chapter!
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Faculty of Public Health Oct 16
Join us on Monday 19 October for an emergency webinar on Brexit and public health. The webinar will clarify evidence on Brexit as it affects the public’s health & identify mitigating actions for the UK public health system and emergency planning community
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Faculty of Public Health Oct 14
Our Ethics Committee are pleased to have worked with and colleagues to deliver this afternoon’s session at on Teaching Ethics in Public Health and Medicine, examining international experiences, concepts and challenges
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Abdul Razaq Oct 13
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Gurch Randhawa Oct 13
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Faculty of Public Health Oct 13
Our session on Public Health Systems Leadership and Capacity Building at is underway! FPH President opens by introducing the workshop and today’s presenters, , , Prof. John Newton and Dr. Tony Smith
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Oxford Medicine Oct 13
The “Conflict and health” collection from the Journal of Public Health () covers the themes of noncommunicable diseases, the environment, and weaponry. Understand the key role of public health in supporting civilian populations during conflicts:
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Faculty of Public Health Oct 13
FPH will host our session at this evening 19:00 – 20:00 BST on Public Health Systems Leadership and Capacity Building in Changing Times. Chaired by , the virtual audience will hear from , , Prof. John Newton and Dr. Tony Smith
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Faculty of Public Health Oct 13
In this most important year for public health, the is an important forum for discussion, knowledge-sharing and collaboration. An excellent opening ceremony held this afternoon – we must continue to develop an expert global public health workforce
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Tracey Carter 💙🌈🧍🏿xx🚶🏻‍♀️xx🧍🏼‍♂️xx🧍🏾‍♀️ Oct 10
I feel very humbled to have been honoured with an MBE. I could not have done this without the support I have had & I am very proud to be the Chief Nurse In the as so much has been sacrificed by so many
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Kate Ardern Oct 10
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The BMJ Oct 10
calls for suspension of NHS charging regulations that deter people from seeking services & lead to medical care being refused via
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