london public health internships
We’re a leading London public health consultancy, working with the NHS, charities, government and research institutions.
At [company name], we believe that the health of the nation is dependent on the capacity of its individuals and communities to make positive lifestyle choices.
We have been working in this field since [year]. Our team of public health experts have experience across a wide range of sectors, including education, mental health and social care. We work closely with local authorities, charities and research institutions to provide advice on policy development and implementation.
We are passionate about making an impact on society through our work at both local and national levels.
We’re looking for an ambitious and enthusiastic graduate to join us as an intern.
Ambition is the drive to achieve. It’s what makes you take the initiative and make a difference in your life and the lives of others.
Enthusiasm is excitement about something or someone, it’s being passionate about something! A person who has enthusiasm for their job inspires others with their energy and commitment, which can make them a great team player!
This is a great opportunity to gain in-depth experience of public health issues or projects in London to complement your studies or give you a head-start in your career.
This is a great opportunity to gain in-depth experience of public health issues or projects in London to complement your studies or give you a head-start in your career. You will get an insight into how organisations that commission and deliver public health services operate, as well as learning about the structures, processes and ways of working in these organisations. In addition to gaining research, analytical and communication skills, you will also learn about the structure, processes and ways of working within organisations that deliver public health services in London.
It will help develop your research skills, analytical skills, and your knowledge and understanding of London’s health system.
You will develop your research skills, analytical skills, and knowledge and understanding of London’s health system. The programme is a great opportunity to gain experience working with various organisations in the NHS and other sectors.
You’ll learn about the structures, processes and ways of working in organisations that commission and deliver public health services in London.
You’ll learn about the structures, processes and ways of working in organisations that commission and deliver public health services in London. You will also work on real-life issues identified by your placement organisation as needing further research or support.
Some of the organisations you could be placed with include:
- Public Health England (PHE) – PHE is responsible for leading improvement in public health across England, with a responsibility to improve the nation’s health and wellbeing, reduce health inequalities and protect people from risks to their health.
- NHS England – NHS England leads the delivery of healthcare for everyone living in England at an ever-increasing speed. It takes decisions about what treatments are available on the NHS, which drugs are dispensed through them, how many beds should be available at hospitals and where people should be treated for their conditions…
You’ll gain some experience of communicating complex information to different audiences.
In this role you will gain some experience of communicating complex information to different audiences. You’ll also be required to work closely with clients, other professionals and stakeholders to ensure the implementation of public health strategies are timely and effective.
To ensure effective communication between clients and other professionals working in public health, it is important that you understand the key issues related to health inequalities in London and have an awareness of current research policy development activity within your area of specialism. This will enable you to develop communications materials which are appropriate for a range of target groups including: local government staff; policy makers; community organisations/voluntary sector providers; national charities/charitable foundations; ethnic minority communities; education providers (schools); young people aged 16-19 years old (adolescents); older people aged over 65 years old (seniors).
You’ll join a friendly and diverse team who will support you throughout the internship.
You’ll join a friendly and diverse team who will support you throughout the internship. The London Public Health Team is committed to being inclusive and supportive of all employees and their families, regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief (including lack of any religious beliefs), sex or sexual orientation. This commitment extends beyond compliance with legal requirements through policies such as flexible working arrangements and extensive training opportunities available to all staff including those returning after parental leave.
If you’re looking for London public health internships we have opportunities available
If you’re looking for London public health internships, we have opportunities available.
As a public health intern with LPH, you will work on a range of projects that are relevant to the growing city of London. We’ll give you a real insight into urban planning and public health as well as helping you develop skills in communication and research. You’ll also have access to our dynamic team who are passionate about making a difference in the fight against health inequalities in our communities.