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New Blog: Innovation in Public Health

UKPHR Chief Executive, David Kidney has published an new blog, Innovation in Public Health. This follows a presentation given at an Innovative Health Working Group based in the West Midlands.

Our response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

02 April 2020 At UKPHR, our number one priority is the protection of the public. During this time of great public health concern, it is more important than ever that… Read more →

Board decision to speed up assessments. Can you contribute to our effort?

We closed the defined specialist route to register last year and now we want to complete the assessments of the late rush of portfolios we received. Our Board has made… Read more →

New consultation on registration fees and other fees and charges for 2020-21

At the meeting of UKPHR’s Board held on 18 February 2020 the Company’s budget for the Financial Year 2020-21 was considered. As part of the budget process, the Board reviewed… Read more →

UKPHR revalidation scheme for practitioners

  Introduction UKPHR’s Board agreed to implement revalidation for all its specialist registrants from 01 April 2019. This replaced the previous requirement of 5 yearly re-registration, which specialists were required… Read more →

We are inviting applications for the post of UKPHR’s Honorary Registrar

Would you like to be active in the work of our Public Health Register, overseeing standards of competence in public health practice and the development of this important workforce?  Are… Read more →

2nd Edition of UKPHR Guidance and Supporting Information for Practitioner Registration

UKPHR have today published the 2nd edition of the Guidance for Applicants, Assessors & Verifiers and Supporting Information for Practitioner Registration. Both documents can be downloaded from our website. Please… Read more →

UKPHR update on practitioner revalidation

Following the Board’s decision to make changes to its approved revalidation scheme for practitioner registrants, a consultation was circulated and responses were received by our registrants on the requirement of… Read more →

Winter 2019 edition of our newsletter has been published

We have today published our Winter 2019 edition of our newsletter. Click here to read more on our 10th Annual Practitioners’ Conference 2019, the Faculty of Public Health review of… Read more →

UKPHR invites tenders for a contract to develop, test and deliver an e-portfolio for the Specialist Registration by Portfolio Assessment (SRbPA) route

UKPHR is seeking an IT partner to help develop the register’s first e-portfolio for use in conjunction with a portfolio assessment route for public health specialists:  Last year, UKPHR opened… Read more →

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