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THE SECTOR VIEW: PUBLIC HEALTH


SMART CITIES: THE PUBLIC HEALTH CONNECTION


PUBLIC HEALTH HAS PLAYED A KEY ROLE IN SHAPING BRITISH CITIES, WHICH IN TURN HAVE INSPIRED THE MODERNISATION AND PLANNING OF MANY CITIES GLOBALLY, SAYS JUDITH BAKER


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ritain’s pioneering sanitary reforms and public health provisions followed the landmark 1848 Public Health Act, and ushered in the era of urbanisation


in the West. Te oldest professional body, the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), was established in the UK in 1876 as the Sanitary Institute, while urban planning emerged as an academic discipline when the University of Liverpool started to offer courses in 1909.


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