Healthy Island? A look at the Isle of Dogs

We were commissioned to support a local charity to better understand the public health challenges facing people living on the Isle of Dogs. The charity trustees don’t live on the island, so how to bring the island to them?Read more

Evidence isn’t enough: getting the non-communicable disease narrative right

Non-communicable disease (NCD) is the leading cause of death world-wide and has been so for the last 15 years. But what if evidence isn’t enough to convince the international community that the global response needs to be in proportion to this?Read more

Making health everyone’s business

Not even a power cut affecting half of Canterbury, including our venue, could dampen the energy of the attendees at last week’s Wellbeing Symposium.Read more

Announcing our new workplace health infographic

We're excited to announce the launch of our new workplace health infographic. Download a copy today and share it with your networks.Read more

Join us at the Wellbeing Symposium, 22 February 2017

Are you interested in health and wellbeing? Join C3, Wellbeing People and Kent County Council for the Wellbeing Symposium in Canterbury on 22 February 2017.Read more

Using digital data to drive behaviour change in local communities

Read about an innovative tool, CHESS™, that C3 has used in its community engagement programme and which has helped gather evidence to secure £2 million in funding for a local London council.Read more

C3’s tips for a healthy new year

At the start of every new year, the Internet explodes with exhausting and overwhelming advice about becoming better, healthier versions of ourselves. Here are C3's 5 simple tips for a healthy new year.Read more

Mental health in the workplace: An interview with Jeremy Thomas

Following his presentation to C3's Workplace Health Movement in November 2016, author and speaker Jeremy Thomas sat down with C3 to answer questions on behalf of employers wanting to promote mental health in the workplace.Read more

Chronic disease prevention and working-time regimes

For our October 2016 International Breakfast Seminar, we welcomed Professor Jane Dixon to speak about the interplay of working-time arrangements and ways of living that prevent non-communicable disease.Read more