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Talking to future GPs about complementary therapy

By Paula Cave-Ayland

On July 7th Kate and I had the opportunity to talk to some trainee GPs at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich at one of their regular monthly meetings. 392 more words

Community Wellbeing

Origins of Complementary Therapy

The origins of complementary therapy date back to the 1620’s to ‘ceremonious’ in the sense of forming a complement, but it is a term coined by the Americans for a therapy used alongside orthodox medicine. 878 more words

Community Wellbeing

Building links within the health and charity communities

In May, we provided services to two organisations within the South East London.

On the 12th, we were at the Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Annual Nursing Conference at the Danson Park Boat House. 229 more words

Community Wellbeing

If change were easy, there would be no disparity, inequality or prejudice.

I thank each of you for taking time to read my blog. While we’re often pulled in many directions your reading, responding and sharing this information is crucial to building a critical mass of committed stakeholders.  178 more words

March On Washington

Free Pre-Diabetes Programme

Free Pre-Diabetes Programme

More than 60 people have already attended the newly launched Adur and Worthing Wellbeing Hub Pre-Diabetes programme with GPs referring more people every day! 207 more words

Adur & Worthing

A thousand wellbeing flowers are blooming


Saamah Abdallah
, Senior Researcher & Programme Manager, NEF and part of the Community Wellbeing evidence team, shares his thoughts from the 5th OECD World Forum… 642 more words

Events

New Pre Diabetes Programme for West Sussex

New Pre Diabetes Programme for West Sussex

Diabetes has been in the news a lot lately and no wonder, with more than 3 million people living with the disease and this figure set to rise. 210 more words

Adur & Worthing