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The PHAST Summer Newsletter is available for download. Please see the file attachment below.Read more

The PHAST Spring Newsletter is available for download. Please see the file attachment below.Read more

PHAST are pleased to announce the details of our Spring/Summer 2013 training events. You can view the document hereRead more

As local public health teams in England move into Local Authorities, PHAST is closely involved in supporting renewed efforts to improve population health and wellbeing, and reduce inequalities, in the new public sector landscape. We believe the changes represent significant new opportunities to make a real difference to people’s lives in local areas. Such opportunities across the life course were brought to life in the recent awards.Read more

The Kings Funds programme on 'Time to think differently' is this week focussing on health inequalities and includes a blog from Gabriel Scally. If you would like to join in then go to http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/time-to-think-...Read more

Well what a crazy time to be in New York ! I was going to tell you about my Tisch Fellowship here at Hunter College and was already finding it pretty exciting and lots happening …what with teaching, seminars, interesting people and the run up to the presidential election and all … and then hurricane Sandy hits! Read more

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About PHAST

The Public Health Action Support Team (PHAST) is a Community Interest Company that can call on over 100 qualified, experienced public health professionals (Associates).

Our Associates provide high quality, innovative, rapid results in consultancy, training, interim staff, and deliver projects related to public health, commissioning, administration and delivery.

A message on behalf of Barbara Carter-Szatynska Research...
Over the course of 2018, FPH has been making the case for increased...