In line with our Organisational Strategy 2020 – 25, and in agreement with the Faculty Board, our work from 2022 - 2025 will be guided by 11 key strategic workstreams representing our principles of working in partnership with our members and system collaborators to promote excellence in public health practice, advocate for the best conditions for health, and support the public health workforce as we meet the challenges of today and prepare for the future.
There are opportunities for members to input into all of these workstreams as we come together to deliver on the Faculty’s mission of promoting better health for all – leaving no one behind.
A resilient, diverse and inclusive UK and global public health workforce fit for the future
- Support the wellbeing of the public health workforce who are facing increasingly complex challenges
- Work with partners to ensure improved clarity, equity, and experience for public health practitioners across their career pathway
Effective system leadership to improve the health of the public across all UK nations
We will expand formal and informal relationships with allied public health professionals and organisations focussed on improving the public’s health and tackling health inequalities
A clear, unequivocal, and effective champion for health and equity in all policies
Tackling poverty and the cost-of-living crisis
Maximising NHS prevention & population health
Climate change and health
Tackling health inequalities and a public health approach to anti-racism
Living healthier for longer across the life-course
Promote evidence-informed public health programmes to improve the public’s health
What is Public Health? Ensuring the FPH is the lead voice for defining our profession, the PH system engaging members
Future Public Health: Building upon the COVID-19 pandemic to steer the future of public health practice, training, and workforce.
Our Global Impact
Promoting and enabling members to contribute to improvements in global health
Continue to deliver on our role as global leaders in training, development and support for the public health workforce and deliver critical policy agendas in partnership with other key global stakeholders