Lessons in addressing some of the most challenging urban health issues of our time
Our Portfolio Manager, Jessica Attard, explores what we've learned so far through the streets strand of our childhood obesity programme, how we're working across sectors to address our obesogenic streets, and what are next steps are.
Teaming up with Behavioural Insights Team, we explore why targetting school settings is vital in helping to reduce the childhood obesity inequality gap, and how we can support a ‘whole school culture’ to have the greatest impact.
Our Portfolio Manager, Michael Parsons, explores our vision for what healthcare is - place-based, insight-led and more than just disease - and how we plan to intervene through our healthcare strand to slow people's progression from one to many multiple conditions.
Our Programme Director, Kate Langford, explores the issue of air pollution in cities, how we can learn from others making headway towards change and the opportunities available to find innovative solutions in London.
Two years into our multiple long-term conditions programme, our Programme Director, Barbara Reichwein, shares what we've learned and how we’re applying it to test solutions in Lambeth and Southwark.
Two years into our childhood obesity programme, our Programme Director, Sarah Hickey explores how we identified our goals, what they mean in practice, and how we track and measure our impact.
As part of our multiple long-term conditions programme, we are exploring the potential role that work can play in slowing people’s progression from one long-term condition to many.
We’re supporting academics at King’s College London and Outcomes Based Healthcare to build on our initial research into people’s journeys to multiple long-term health conditions and explore further who is most at risk of progression to multiple conditions.