IHPE announces Diamond Fellow Awards 2023
Director of the National Wellbeing Service is an Award Recipient
Earlier this year, in order to commemorate those who have contributed to the development of Institute of Health Promotion and Education (IHPE), and most importantly, the field of health promotion and education, the 2023 IHPE was announced the awarding of a special fellowships. The awards were given to the recipients by Karen Buck MP, at a special celebration of 60 Years of the Institute at the House of Commons on the afternoon of Wednesday 7th June 2023.
The Director of the National Wellbeing Service and Centre for Stress Management, Professor Stephen Palmer, was one of the Diamond Fellow Award recipients. He said, “I am delighted and honoured to receive this prestigious Diamond Fellow Award from the Institute of Health Promotion and Education. I congratulate my four colleagues who also received the award for their outstanding contribution to the field of health promotion and education”.
Information about the Institute of Health Promotion and Education
The Institute of Health Promotion and Education (IHPE) is a registered charity managed by Charitable Trustees, each of whom has a proven track record within the field of health promotion and education. It is a recognised professional association offering a range of membership options to those engaged in the practice of health promotion and education. IHPE publishes the respected and peer reviewed International Journal of Health Promotion and Education and is proud to have been at the forefront of developments in the field since 1962.
The purpose of IHPE is to ensure that peoples’ health will be protected and improved and that inequalities in health between individuals, groups, and communities will be significantly reduced.
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Information about the National Wellbeing Service Ltd
The National Wellbeing Service Ltd was set up in 2015 by a group of psychologists and health educators to provide up-to-date wellbeing-related information, guidance and research to the public and health professionals.