What we're learning from our work improving health in our communities
Our Director of Funding, Jon Siddall discusses our new Taskforce on multiple long-term conditions and the impact it will have on people living with this complex issue.
Caroline Cerny from the Obesity Health Alliance on the vulnerabilities of current rules meant to protect children from junk food adverts.
Liz Robinson from Surrey Square School in Southwark, on schools’ unique position to influence childhood obesity and connect with families.
The Food Foundation’s Anna Taylor and Robin Hinks reflect on how great initiatives depend on investment and leadership.
Shirley Cramer of the Royal Society for Public Health addresses the factors contributing to the obesogenic environment and what it’ll take to prevent it.
Eric van der Burg, Deputy Mayor of Amsterdam approaches childhood obesity as an epidemic, sharing insights from how the city achieved a declining trend in rates.
Chef and campaigner Jamie Oliver on the opportunities for London to be a world leader in tackling childhood obesity.
To improve care for people with long-term conditions, our sectors must come together more often, listen better and learn from one another, write Jo Bibby and Kieron Boyle.
Our Partnerships Manager Rowena Estwick attended the recent Health in All Policies (HiAP) 2018 conference and has written a blog on the important place honesty has in shaping a whole-system approach to health inequalities.
Dr Martin McShane, Chief Medical Officer Clinical Delivery at Optum has written a blog for us on how shifting approaches and the use of data science can improve care for people with multiple long-term conditions.