Stephen Battersby, Series Editor for Routledge Focus on Environmental Health, writes: “Pioneers in Public Health: Lessons from History” is the first publication in a new monograph series “Routledge Focus on Environmental Health". The idea for this series arose from discussions around the publication of the latest edition of Clay’s Handbook of Environmental Health last summer. … Continue reading Monographs on Environmental Health
Public health Beyond Borders: Driving Change with Evidence - this conference may be of interest, to see details click here. The FPH Special Interest Group in Film is presenting also a series of films to help inspire and encourage change for a healthier future. The Working Class at Home (Geffrye Museum, London) - for further information … Continue reading Forthcoming conference, workshop and research opportunities
This may be of interest: Faculty of Public Health EXPO & Annual Conference 2017 Public Health Beyond Borders - driving change with evidence The International Centre – Telford 20 & 21 June, 2017 Late Breaking Poster Abstract Submission Form For details click here.
One of the best things about working toward a specific goal is the unexpected things that happen along the way. In the development of our new book, Pioneers in Public Health: lessons from history, several people got in touch. Although some did not wish to contribute whole chapters, they were keen to share their love of … Continue reading Inspector of Nuisance to Environmental Health Practitioner
We are delighted to share this post from our Canadian friends: Working with local governments to support health equity through the built environment (HBE) Health is influenced by the way that communities are planned and built, as well as by the services and resources available within them. Health equity requires that all community members – … Continue reading More from Canadian evidence!
This may be of interest from the Housing Studies Association: Valerie Karn Early Career Researcher Prize - for more information go to: http://housing-studies-association.org/valerie-karn-prize-2-2/ Valerie Karn "spent a decade as Professor of Environmental Health and Housing at Salford University, before taking up the position of Professor of Housing Studies at the Manchester University in 1994." For more information … Continue reading Housing Research
If you’re interested in housing and the humanities, you might like to check out my new website at http://www.jillstewarthousing.co.uk Here’s why I set it up. Before embarking on an environmental health degree all those years ago, I was practically signed up to take a BA degree called Literature, Life and Thought. In the end, I … Continue reading Interested in housing and the humanities?