Free CPD EH research event! Birmingham 13th December

We are delighted to announce that the University of Birmingham and the UK Environmental Health Research Network are jointly hosting a half-day event to celebrate environmental health research and consider future possibilities: Celebrating Environmental Health Research: Past, Present & Future It will be held at the University of Birmingham on Thursday 13th December. Speakers will … Continue reading Free CPD EH research event! Birmingham 13th December

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Let’s talk all things PRS unconference – CIH East Midlands – 22 November 2018, Leicester

Dear all I've been invited to present at this and am very much looking forward to it. Hope you'll be interested to come too! We've been asked to circulate the details. Jill Book About the event 22 November 2018, Leicester 09.30 - Registration 10.00 - Event start 13.00 - Event close Benefits of attending The Private Rented Sector … Continue reading Let’s talk all things PRS unconference – CIH East Midlands – 22 November 2018, Leicester

Webinar: Health-in-all policies as a health promotion strategy

This looks very interesting from NCCDH, but bear in mind (UK followers) that it is on Canadian times, so check first!October 23, 2018 | 1:00–2:30 p.m (ET) EnglishThe NCCDH and Health Promotion Canada (HPC) are collaborating on a series of webinars to highlight several chapters of the newly released book Health Promotion in Canada 4th … Continue reading Webinar: Health-in-all policies as a health promotion strategy

Guest blog: Una Kane’s research on private water supplies

Rob writes – my great thanks to Una Kane for providing this guest blog, the latest summary (I will write about her others soon) of her researcher-practitioner work with Sussex colleagues and the impact it’s having on national policy. Questions and comments welcome of course, plus I plan to talk to Una soon about many … Continue reading Guest blog: Una Kane’s research on private water supplies

Healthy Built Environment Toolkit – upcoming Webinar (British Columbia time)

The Healthy Built Environment Linkages Toolkit: How can community planning and design make us healthier? August 21, 2018 1:00–2:30 p.m. (ET) Created by the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, the Healthy Built Environment Linkages Toolkit is a synthesis of current research that demonstrates how community planning and design can influence our healthy lifestyle choices … Continue reading Healthy Built Environment Toolkit – upcoming Webinar (British Columbia time)