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Do you want to become a Public Health Practitioner?

If you work in a role improving or protecting the health and wellbeing of the population, you may be interested in becoming a UKPHR Registered Public Health Practitioner.

Beat the winter blues and get active with #JoinMe

Embrace the great outdoors this winter and get active with the #JoinMe campaign

Ditch the booze this January

LiveWell Dorset and Public Health Dorset want as many people to join in Dry January 2020.

Carers urged to get their flu jab

Public Health Dorset is urging carers to get their free flu jab.

Rethink Drink this Alcohol Awareness Week

Press release about Alcohol Awareness Week 11 - 17 November

#JoinMe gets Dorset residents active

We partnered with Active Dorset and LiveWell Dorset to launch #JoinMe, a campaign encouraging people in Dorset to enjoy the fun side of getting active, with one lucky person winning a Fitbit to help them continue their active lifestyle.

There's a new way to look after your mental health

Every Mind Matters is a new digital tool from Public Health England and the NHS which helps you find ways to look after your mental health and wellbeing, and deal with problems like stress, worry, anxiety, low mood and lack of sleep.

You’re invited for an NHS Health Check

Residents of Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole are being invited to attend their NHS Health Check this autumn.

#JoinMe and get moving more in Dorset

Public Health Dorset and Active Dorset are launching a new campaign called #JoinMe to encourage people to join others in moving more.

More orienteering courses in Weymouth

Residents are invited to the launch of the second instalment of orienteering courses in Weymouth.

People keeping active after Beat the Street

Residents of Weymouth and Portland are still making healthy lifestyle changes a Beat the Street report has revealed.

People making long term healthy choices since Beat the Street

Residents of Poole and Purbeck are still making healthy lifestyle changes a Beat the Street report has revealed.


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