C3 has developed a series of evidence-based workshops, applying our knowledge and expertise in disease prevention by addressing diet. These workshops increase knowledge and awareness of the impact of food on health, unpick health behaviours and explores how to make small, sustainable changes towards improved wellbeing. What does the service offer? By attending... Read More
This July 6,000 nurses from 130 countries gathered in Montreal for the International Council of Nurses (ICN) Congress. As part of this C3 partnered with Colgate to focus their attention on the most prevalent non-communicable (NCD) in the world – oral disease. Exploring the difference nurses could make to the oral health of people of all ages worldwide.
The C3 evaluation support service: A new approach to evaluation C3 Collaborating for Health is a leading charity with global reach. We operate across sectors with organisations working to tackle the burden of non-communicable disease. Taking a new approach to evaluation, we offer an evaluation support service for organisations like yours wanting to evidence the... Read More
Tooth decay is the most common health condition worldwide according to the Global Burden of Disease 2019 yet oral health is frequently overlooked as an indicator of overall wellbeing. Moreover, oral diseases, such as dental caries and periodontitis, share several risk factors with non-communicable diseases (NCDs), including sugar consumption, tobacco use, and alcohol use. In... Read More
In honour of WHO's World Health Day theme, 'Health for all,' Professor Hirst discusses how mobile technology is being used to address health inequity in rural India. The George Institute for Global Health developed SMARThealth to improve the detection, referral, and follow-up of people at high-risk of cardiovascular conditions. Watch on demand.
C3 collaborated with ASPIRE partner Vivons en Forme (VIF) to create resources that makes it easier for organisations, communities and individuals to make long term behavioural changes and lead healthier lives. From a healthy cookbook, tips for buying better food for less, workshops and more, C3 have adapted multiple resources on food, physical activity, sleep and wellbeing.
C3 was joined by Dr Briar McKenzie of the food policy division at The George Institute for Global Health. Dr Briar discussed the importance of considering sex and gender differences in public health research and when developing policy interventions. Briar shared key findings from her program of work based in Fiji. Watch on demand.
Sugar: Diabetes and tooth and gum decay The World Health Organization has reported that the number of people diagnosed with diabetes has more than tripled since the 1980s. It is estimated that upwards of 530 million people are currently living with diabetes; a disease characterized by an abnormally high fasting blood glucose level (>125 mg/dL).... Read More