CIEH Public Health - the CIEH public health community!

CIEH is changing how it connects with its members interested in public health. CIEH Public Health forms one of our specialist membership Communities. As CIEH Public Health, members will continue to lead and shape CIEH’s public health policy and connect with the established network of public health specialists across all sectors.

We will continue with the very successful CIEH Public Health Network Bulletin, which you will receive quarterly throughout 2017 giving you up-to-date news, recent highlights, and information bought to you by CIEH’s public health community which crosses all employment sectors.

What will CIEH Public Health offer me as a CIEH Member?

CIEH Public Health will build on the already excellent benefits that CIEH membership offers you but will be able to provide you a focussed and tailored public health related package including:

  • Access to a tailored learning and professional development programme, consisting of conferences, workshops and other products, designed specifically to support continuing professional development (CPD)
  • Support in career progression/ diversity (professional pathway) 
  • Regular communication with, and support through, a network of peers working and/or interested in this specialist area of practice.
  • Access to experts in this specialist area of practice through Community panels and other task and finish groups
  • Knowledge that products and services are high quality and relevant to Community competencies.
  • Opportunities to influence national, partner and stakeholder strategy development through responses to consultations
  • Support and promotion of targeted research and development in this area of practice.
  • A regular newsletter – Public Health Network Bulletin
  • Access to social media networks
  • A set of practice standards (competencies) to be developed and agreed by the membership, to help develop job roles and employability in this specialist area and forming part of the CIEH Professional Standards framework.
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