C3 Collaborating for Health builds multi-sector Collaboration
to promote 3 behaviour changes:

stopping smoking
improving what we eat and drink
increasing physical activity

to address the escalating non-communicable disease (NCD) epidemic

CHESS™ tool

The CHESS™ tool is an innovative technique in our UK-based community-engagement programme.

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International Breakfast Seminars

Our seminars bring globally-renowned experts together with multi-sector UK professionals to discuss innovative approaches to health and prevention.

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C3 Network

C3 draws on experts from its global network of 2,500+ members and 72 countries. Join our network today!

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Latest blogs

  • Overcoming the challenges facing “healthy lives” interventions

    Chronic, non-communicable diseases pose a huge challenge for England’s National Health Service. But the NHS itself is overwhelmingly concerned with sickness rather than health. Instead, the levers of change in our everyday lives – the environment, organisations and individuals that shape our decisions on health – lie largely outside the medical world. Read more

  • Walking: the gateway to physical activity

    In an ideal world, the easiest choice would be the healthiest choice but, over recent decades, physical activity rates have been declining due to modern forms of transport and changing habits. Walking is the most convenient, free and most broadly accessible forms of physical activity for people of all ages, but still many of us aren’t aware of the benefits regular walking holds. Read more

  • NCDs: Getting the message right

    Are NCD’s receiving the attention they deserve, or are other political issues that might appear to be more urgent obscuring their importance? Read more