Environmental Health News receives thumbs up from its readers
Environmental Health News (EHN), the flagship publication for the environmental health profession, has been given a resounding thumbs up by its readers following the results of a readership survey.
Headline results from the survey found that 77 per cent of readers agreed that EHN helps to project a good image to the wider world about Environmental Health and the ‘Legal Analysis’ section of the magazine is the most popular amongst readers.
EHN is the official publication of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, consisting of a monthly printed magazine and a weekly digital news bulletin.
The survey was conducted over November and December 2015 where readers of the magazine and digital editions of EHN were given the opportunity to give their feedback on a range of issues from frequency and look of the website to whether there is enough coverage of a particular environmental health topic.
200 people responded to the survey and Hannah Beard was announced as the winner of the iPad. Hannah is from Godalming, Surrey, and works as a food safety and health and safety consultant for Food Alert Ltd. She is also a student member of the CIEH and was recently elected as the South East Student Representative.
Editor of EHN, Will Hatchett, said that he was extremely pleased with the results.
"Editing the magazine, which consists of sourcing all the content, making sure it’s factually correct and getting the layout looking vibrant, requires a lot of effort, imagination and patience,” said Will.
“So it’s great to know that our readers like and value the publication as this makes all the effort we put in worthwhile.”
He added: “Special thanks should go to all my regular contributors, designers and production team as without their help and support, the magazine wouldn’t be as well regarded as it is.”
For further information about EHN, contact Will Hatchett.