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Prof. Les Mayhew, professor of statistics at City University London’s Cass Business School and adviser to the Office for National Statistics, and Patron of PHAST CIC, undertook research on Rock Star deaths.
His analysis of 1,042 deceased musicians, showed that 83% died before reaching...Read more
Reserve your place now to enhance your ability to effectively influence stakeholders in our workshop "Influencing without Authority" in January and build on your understanding of achieving best value in difficult times...Read more
The PHAST Christmas Associates meeting was held at the Kings Fund last week and we were delighted to announce guest speaker; Sir J.A Muir Gray CBE covering "The Future of Healthcare 2025".Sir Muir Gray is the Director of Better Value Healthcare, adviser to Public Health England and Chair of the...Read more
The Onyx Art Therapy Project is a 7-month Art Therapy group programme supporting women prisoners from overseas in HMP Holloway. The project encourages group members to develop their creativity and visual language within a safe and therapeutic space, creating a rich dialogue of cultural exchange...Read more
Catherine, Sue and the team at PHAST wish you all the very best for the Christmas holiday and a peaceful new Year in 2016.
We recognise what a difficult time public health is having at the moment, so please remember we are always happy to talk through problems and issues. One of the main...Read more
The PHAST team send you all good wishes for the festive season.
It's the time of year when we all think about giving.
PHAST as a social enterprise is proud that we keep our costs to a minimum and donate funds that our associates give in lieu of pay as well as our...Read more
"The Prime Minister has rejected calls from health experts for a tax on sugary food and drinks, despite a major report saying it could help tackle the UK's obesity crisis."
Have your say in the ITV poll...Read more
Join us in supporting ’Our Climate, Our Health’ a global campaign, recently launched by the Global Climate and Health Alliance (GCHA). The campaign hopes to engage health professionals in the lead-up to the international UN climate negotiations COP21 this December in Paris.