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ITT: Public health practitioners’ skills and knowledge learning in London and Kent, Surrey & Sussex

An ITT has been created by UKPHR in its capacity as managing agent of a project for the delivery of a programme of skills and knowledge training to public health… Read more →

Specialist registration by portfolio will be updated and continued

At UKPHR’s Board meeting on Thursday 28 September, it was agreed to set dates for when changes to registration routes for public health specialists will be implemented. Following a second… Read more →

Changes to the composition of our Board

We advertised for two new Directors to appoint to our Board in 2017; we are pleased to announce that at the Board’s meeting on 28th September new Board members, David Evans (University… Read more →

Amendment to practitioner CPD requirement

Between 4th May and 15th June 2017 we consulted on proposed changes to our CPD requirement for practitioner registrants. The results of the consultation were reported to UKPHR’s Board at… Read more →

Free Multi Source Feedback for UKPHR specialists

Public Health England (PHE) has funded the use of two approved and validated Multi Source Feedback (MSF) tools appropriate for Public Health practice to UKPHR specialist registrants working in local authorities,… Read more →

Tips for defined specialist applicants

In light of the possible introduction of a new equivalence retrospective portfolio route we have published an informal tips documents to help prospective defined specialist portfolio applicants write their retrospective portfolio to conform closely to the… Read more →

We want to recruit a revalidation & registration services officer

As a result of our development of a revalidation scheme, we would like to appoint a revalidation & registration services officer to provide the additional capacity we need. To read… Read more →

Amendment to practitioner CPD requirement

We consulted on proposed changes to our CPD requirement for practitioner registrants between 4th May and 15th June 2017. The results of the consultation were reported to UKPHR’s Board at… Read more →

RSPH guest blog on importance and impact of revalidation

UKPHR Chief Executive, David Kidney has penned a guest blog for the Royal Society for Public Health, considering the importance of revalidation and how it will impact on the quality… Read more →

ITT: Review of standards for practitioner registration

UKPHR invites proposals from a suitably experienced and qualified provider of Review of Standards Services, to help UKPHR revise its standards for the registration of public health practitioners. The provider… Read more →

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