What we're learning from our work improving health in our communities
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.
Our Partnerships Manager Rowena Estwick has written a blog on the Mayor of London's new draft Health Inequalities strategy and its welcomed focus on childhood obesity.
Dr Vikesh Sharma on the insights from our partnership to engage with the local Portuguese speaking community around health.
Dela Foster and Stephanie Wood, from charity School Food Matters, on creating a better food culture in schools to help tackle child obesity.
Our Chief Executive Kieron Boyle, on how we're testing approaches as part of the development phase of our childhood obesity and multiple long-term conditions programmes.
At the end of 2016, I was asked to lead the development of a programme on multiple long-term conditions here at the Charity. It has been a voyage of discovery for me. How do you get to grips with one of the greatest challenges facing medicine and society today?
In Lambeth, just one person out of every five people who has diabetes only has diabetes. That is to say, living with many long-term illnesses - chronic conditions like hypertension, coronary heart and kidney disease - is increasingly the norm.
Following his recent trip to Australia, our Chief Executive Kieron Boyle reflects on lessons learned and what it takes to work well with communities.
Our Collection Manager Imogen Gray writes a blog for supported project Breathe AHR detailing how we have embedded art into healthcare throughout our long history.