The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) is committed to supporting the wider public health workforce.
Following the first Public Health Workforce Week last year, RSPH is hosting it again from October 2-6, 2023.
RSPH wants to hear about what’s important to the wider public health workforce, the challenges they face, and where more support could be given.
The wider public health workforce supports us to all lead healthier and safer lives. They are inviting members of the pest control sector to fill out a short survey, which will take five minutes to complete.
RSPH said: “By 2035, there will be a clearly defined wider public health workforce that has accessible professional pathways and standards to support career development, help to secure better paid work, and demonstrate contribution to large scale health prevention, protection, and improvement.
“Anyone working within the wider public health workforce should be able to be recognised as a person with public health skills, to understand the routes they have to develop their skill, competency, and career and recognise the impact that they can have on public health and wellbeing.”
To complete the survey, click HERE.