Nursing Minds: A project supporting nurses’ mental health

Tom Sandford
20 Aug 2020

Nursing Minds: A project supporting nurses’ mental health

We're concerned about the escalating evidence that the mental health of our UK nurses is at risk and that more needs to be done to support them. Nursing Minds will engage nurses and leaders in developing a mental health toolkit and exploring barriers to and facilitators of protecting the mental wellbeing of heroic nurses during COVID-19 and beyond.
Sarah Clarke
07 Aug 2020

Download our 2019 annual review

Download our annual review to read more about our successes, future plans, financial report, and ways you can get involved in making the healthy way the only way to live.
Elisabeth Morgans
07 Aug 2020

Autumn 2020 Workplace Health Seminar Programme

C3 is thrilled to be launching its brand new series of online Workplace Health Breakfast seminars this Autumn in partnership with the Society of Occupational Medicine and RAND Europe.
Amanda Jarosik
28 May 2020

Menopause and NCDs – is there a link?

Because the menopause is so often misunderstood or overlooked, women going through it often don’t know how it affects their body, and that they may be at higher risk of developing non-communicable diseases (NCDs). This blog attempts to shed some light on the link.
Christine Hancock
11 May 2020

Florence Nightingale: COVID-19 and Nursing

2020 is Florence Nightingale's bicentennial year, designated by World Health Organisation (WHO) as the first ever global Year of the Nurse and Midwife. Announced early last year, WHO can have little idea how 2020 would start for the world’s nurses. As COVID-19 sweeps across every continent, a very contagious virus with no cure and little treatment, the skills of nurses are shown to the world as rarely before.
Christine Hancock
20 Apr 2020

The rainbows of COVID-19

Coronavirus has moved rapidly from China through South East Asia and into Europe, the Middle East and the Americas.  Each country has tackled the pandemic in its own but different ways and research studies are being quoted to justify different approaches.  However, some of the facts now emerging are pointing to problems that will outlive the virus, which we need to remember.
Christine Hancock
23 Mar 2020

COVID-19 and Chronic disease

Just 2 weeks ago we at C3 were moving forward with a fairly packed agenda of innovative ideas to prevent chronic (non-communicable) disease or NCDs. While we all worry about the impact of the virus on our friends and families we will also take the time to reflect on our work.
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