Maintaining momentum and practicing what we preach

Keeping 'research active' helps ensure that we are better at our jobs in practice and in education, hopefully keeping things more interesting and engaging for our students. It also helps us to understand the pressures students too are under in terms of what we are expecting them to produce. Hopefully what they see us doing … Continue reading Maintaining momentum and practicing what we preach

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Seeking new insights into environmental health through research

Do you have research you would like to present at this event? There's still time to showcase what you have been involved with, either as a student or practitioner, and by presentation or poster. If you have any ideas, please click here. Otherwise we hope you will attend anyway! Research Workshop Surrey and Sussex Regional … Continue reading Seeking new insights into environmental health through research

Northern Ireland’s Certificates of Fitness

As readers may know, legal housing standards and interventions vary across the UK. England and Wales have the Housing Health and Safety Rating System and Scotland has the Tolerable Standard. Each has its own arrangements for public health. This very interesting blog from Lindsay Shaw, Lecturer in Environmental Health, Ulster University, outlines Northern Ireland's Certificates of … Continue reading Northern Ireland’s Certificates of Fitness

EHPs are publishing! New housing book on the way…

As we have long said those at the front line of service delivery have a rich wealth of experience of dealing with highly complex cases of those who live in poor or unsuitable accommodation of various forms. We have been delighted with the response to our call for case studies for out forthcoming book Environmental … Continue reading EHPs are publishing! New housing book on the way…