Our programme to slow down people’s progression from one to many long-term conditions
People’s progression to multiple long-term conditions is influenced by a complex mix of factors. These include people's healthcare, the social factors in people’s lives and the communities in which they live.
In Lambeth and Southwark we see significant variation in people’s progression from one condition to many. For example, those living in the areas with the highest levels of deprivation in Lambeth are developing long-term conditions on average 10 years earlier than those living in the most affluent.
Through our programme, we partner with others and fund projects that slow down progression from one to many long-term conditions. We’re focusing on working-age people in Lambeth and Southwark living with one condition who are at the highest risk of developing many.
Because we recognise that complex health issues aren't just medical, we work with our partners to support projects that effect change in people's healthcare, social context and communities.
We're working with others to find and test the best ways to slow down people's progression from one long-term condition to many.
Community-led solutions to identify and support local Portuguese-speaking residents with multiple conditions
Looking beyond health to create a vibrant neighbourhood for everyone
Supporting local partners to provide highly effective and person-centred care
Sharing what we're learning with others to inspire and support change beyond our geography
What local data and people’s experiences tell us about the issue in an urban environmentFind out more
Insights from our work and how they're shaping our approachFind out more
Jacqueline on living with multiple conditions.
Barbara Reichwein, Programme Director
02 May, 2019
As an urban health foundation, we explore how living in cities impacts on people’s health and wellbeing. We use our own insights and learn from others, identifying what works to inform practice and policy.
30 April, 2019
Our Neighbourhood Schemes focus on driving change around a health issue within a small geography or defined community, targeting the issue from many angles.
31 July, 2018
An ambitious cross-sector partnership to improve the lives of people with multiple long-term conditions in the UK