Improve your Everyday Interactions
Published: 6 April, 2020
The Everyday Interactions Toolkit aims to support healthcare professions to record and measure their public health impact following the principles set out in the updated Everyday Interactions report from the Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH) and Public Health England (PHE). The programme works within the Make Every Contact Count (MECC) agenda, and aims to further the effect that preventative measures have on improving the public’s health.
RSPH and PHE have developed a short, free e-learning programme to support the Everyday Interactions toolkit. The e-learning introduces the impact pathways, demonstrates how they work and helps you identity actions which could be incorporated into your practice.
Last updated: 3 April, 2020