Take a look at what our current members think:

"Being a member of the faculty of public health has enabled me to branch out in my career from dental public health to public health. Contributing to the faculty helps make a difference at a broader level as well as working locally."

Dympna Edwards, Consultant in Dental Public Health & Local Board member for North West 


“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 


"I have been actively involved with FPH since I started training in public health – it is so important that there is a common professional home and united voice in the UK for those of us working in  increasingly diverse settings- now spanning local authorities, NHS, academia and the civil service- to champion high standards of training, education, policy and practice."

Professor Selena Gray, Professor of Public Health