29 Nov 2022
WHO joins C3 for LGCW – Dr Juana Willumsen: Physical activity: the benefits for cancer prevention
Juana Willumsen is a technical officer of the World Health Organization in the Department for Health Promotion. Her current work focusses on policies to promote physical activity and developing the technical tools to support country implementation. She coordinated the development of the first WHO guidelines on physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep for children under 5 years of age, that were launched in April 2019 and the update of the guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour for children, adults and older adults in 2020.
25 Nov 2022
C3 meets the London Community Kitchen
On 8 November 2022, C3 travelled to Harrow and Wealdstone in West London to visit London’s Community Kitchen (LCK). Having started in a small church, LCK is now operating out of three London boroughs – Barnet, Ealing, and Harrow – where the H.Q. sits within a large community centre building. Led by Taz Khan, the... Read More
22 Nov 2022
Partners unite to provide oral health education for nurses and midwives
PARTNERS UNITE TO PROVIDE ORAL HEALTH EDUCATION FOR NURSES AND MIDWIVES In a global first, Colgate has partnered with C3 Collaborating for Health (C3), the Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation (CNMF), and the World Continuing Education Alliance (WCEA) to raise awareness about the importance of oral health and elevate the need for oral health education... Read More
10 Nov 2022
Lessons from Ghana: Do community health workers have a future in the UK?
During the pandemic health workers took a leading role in tackling COVID-19 in the UK, especially in vaccination and testing centres, begging the question, what role will community health workers play in the future of public health in the UK?
10 Nov 2022
Our Cities: the drivers of global health
Urban health is one of the greatest challenges to public health of the 21st century. While many of the risk factors for NCDs (noncommunicable diseases) - the number one cause of death and disability worldwide - are concentrated in cities, so are the solutions, and many cities are taking important actions across sectors to prevent NCDs.
31 Oct 2022
The link between physical activity and cancer
Physical inactivity is itself a pandemic – and a leading cause of death globally. According to the World Health Organization over a quarter of the global adult population (1.4 billion adults) is insufficiently active. Why is physical inactivity such a problem? The undisputed benefits of physical activity on physical and mental health are well documented, and subsequently, physical activity is a key pillar of all chronic disease prevention strategies worldwide.
22 Aug 2022
Dental health- it matters more than you think
If we have a problem with our tooth, it’s really a sign that things could go wrong later on’ -Dr Steven Lin The Global Burden of Disease Study 2019 estimated that oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people worldwide. Poor dental health impacts our general health and can negatively affect an individual’s ability to eat,... Read More
03 Aug 2022
N4HC – Nurses For Healthier Communities
C3 and The Burdett Trust have teamed up for an exciting new project, Nurses for Healthier Communities (N4HC). We believe that the key to healthier communities is happy healthy nurses. That’s why N4HC is offering fun free cooking classes, bike sessions and more to Asian, black and minority heritage nurses that live or work in Brent,... Read More
06 Jul 2022
Pride & Bias: the unseen obstacles in tackling obesity and unemployment
How an empathetic, community-first approach grounded on evaluation and behavioural science has been vital to creating sustainable change and tackling obesity and unemployment in communities across France.
06 Jul 2022
Ultra Processed Foods: Why Are We Eating So Much?
Ultra-processed foods (UPFs) are on the rise globally. In the UK 57 percent of our daily calorie intake is from UPFs. Yet despite them making up more than half of what we eat, a lot of us don't know what they are...or how bad they are for our health.