Membership of the UKPHA

What will I gain from joining the UK Public Health Association?

UKPHA members are the life-blood of our work. Contribute to the drumbeat of change.

UKPHA seeks to promote the development of healthy public policy at all levels of government and across all sectors. We facilitate knowledge sharing and networking, aiming to support individuals and organisations who share a common commitment to promoting the public’s health.

UKPHA connects with the grassroots in such a way as to ensure that on the ground experience of working towards happier, healthy lives at a local level, is translated into effective policy and practice. The Special and Strategic Interest Groups play a crucial role in tackling key issues of concern, raising awareness and influencing decision makers at all levels. Drawn from across all sectors and passionate about public health, these members make a very real contribution to the political debate and to the future development of public health.

Our members are extremely important to us and serve to make the voice of public health stronger and more representative than ever.

New Corporate Membership Levels

We are currently revising our corporate membership levels. As of April 2010 we will be introducing Gold, Silver and Bronze levels for members to choose which level’s benefits suit their organisation’s needs best. benefits will include having varying levels of named contacts eligible to participate in the UKPHA Special Interest Groups, and receive all other standard membership benefits, including exclusive access to online resources, papers presented at the Annual Forum and regular email updates.

Corporate members will also be entitled to varying levels of promotion for their organsiation, their work and events through the UKPHA’s website and membership network. Please watch this space for further details. Existing members will be contacted with further details.


Membership category



Individual A

Unwaged/retired/full time students 


Individual B

Individuals with an income less than £25,000


Individual C

Individuals with an income between £25,000 and £35,000


Individual D

Individuals with an income above £35,000


Organisation A

an annual budget of less than £500,000


Organisation B

an annual budget of less than £1,000,000


Organisation C

an annual budget of over £1,000,000