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.

The who, what, where and how of healthy lives

We received an award from the Health Foundation to write a series about health and early years, children and young people, community and the workplace. Read the briefing papers today.

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Author: Sarah Clarke

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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Author: Sarah Clarke

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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Upcoming events

  • Harnessing the power of the mid-life workforce to save society and the economy

    Join us for a presentation by Dr Holly Whelan and Dr Mark Cobain about why returns on workplace health promotion spend will be greatest in older workers, and why workplace health promotion (like all health promotion) can have significant returns in prevention by focusing on this population. Read more

Latest blogs

  • Should a health intervention fit routines or disrupt them?

    24 May marks the start of the Virgin Pulse Global Challenge, a 100 day journey to 'get the world moving'. Virgin Pulse's Andrea Maltman answers the question of whether a health intervention should fit routines or disrupt them using evidence from the GC. And, don't forget to wish C3 luck as we compete in the Global Challenge again this year! Read more

  • Happy International Nurses Day!

    12 May 2017: We at C3 congratulate the over 19 million nurses across the globe for the great work they do, and the opportunity they have to change the health of the world's population by incorporating prevention into their day-to-day nursing practice. Thank you! Read more

  • Physical activity: the miracle drug

    When the UK’s Chief Medical Officer said ‘if it was a pill, physical activity would be the miracle drug’, she wasn’t exaggerating. Some of the benefits of being active – for just half an hour or so a day – include: Read more