The Royal Society for Public Health is a charity dedicated to the promotion and protection of collective human health and well-being. It has over 6,000 members around the world who work in the field of public health.
Over the past couple of months, I’ve been working closely with Philippa Varey of Oriel Marketing to produce a series of six podcasts ‘RSPH In Conversation With …’ in which I discussed the key issues and challenges facing the profession with leading public health professionals.
It has been a fascinated project to be involved in, during which I’ve really got to the heart of the topics covered. These include the rise in non-communicable chronic diseases, mental health, workplace wellbeing, health inequalities and how to change people’s behaviour to improve their health.
I’m delighted that the first podcast has now been released and you can listen to it on the RSPH website.
In it, I am in conversation with Professor Richard Parish, the chief executive of RSPH. We discuss the major challenges facing not just the UK but the world as it tries to deal with public health. Our discussion ranged from the implications of the current restructuring of the NHS, which will take public health out of NHS control and into the hands of the local authorities to the impact of climate change on global health.
Podcasts are a very simple and direct means of communicating with your audience. Their beauty is that they are extremely flexible, as they can be used, as RSPH have done, to deliver interviews with key figures offering thought leadership, to enabling a wider audience access to conference material and debates, to giving instructions and training.
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