The Faculty of Public Health has launched a photo competition to celebrate the diversity of public health.
The breadth of those involved in public health defies representation. It involves police officers working to end community violence, midwives helping new parents, data analysts sharing health protection information. The Faculty of Public Health (FPH), a member of Sustain, aim to capture powerful images to bring to life public health in a new photo competition.
FPH's ambition is that “the photos will give people working in public health a sense of pride when they look at them and give others a better understanding of what public health is.” The ten winning photographs will be displayed in an exhibition in Spring 2019. The winning entry will also get a £250 cash prize.
FPH provide some inspiration of the sorts of things you could consider photographing:
Deadline for submissions is Friday 19 October at 23:59. Enter the competition here.
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