Get involved with your Faculty of Public Health
FPH relies on you our members to govern the organisation, plan its long term strategy and enable FPH operate as the professional home for public health specialists. Our members develop and maintain our curriculum, design and deliver examinations, audit our CPD, support our training courses, and in many more ways help us deliver on our statutory duties as a professional membership body. This ensures that standards are set and maintained across the public health workforce both in the UK and globally.
And all this has been happening for just over 45 years. Join this prestigious and trusted group of professionals and academics to shape the future of the public's health.
“I am an active member of FPH because I see its importance and potential role in health and well-being for contemporary and future solutions, not least its role in supporting and developing public health professionals.”
Carol Brayne, Professor of Public Health & Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health
Why should I get involved?
Through getting involved members have a great range of opportunities to develop and use key skills which will help with you own career progression and personal development. It may make it possible for you to sign off competencies during training or keep up to date with CPD but more importantly it provides an opportunity for you to join and build a network of public health experts and improve the public's health. And you might even find yourself being nominated for an award! Last year members through their involvement in special interest groups delivered projects in India and Kuwait.
How can I get involved?
- become a spokesperson for FPH on your chosen subject
- participate in and lead projects to advance the work of FPH globally
- get involved in shaping public health policy
- help shape our campaigns
- donate to FPH
- consider leaving a legacy
- join our registrar projects scheme
- write a blog
- join/chair a committee
- stand for election
- become an examiner
- become a faculty adviser
- submit an article for the Journal of Public Health