NCDs: Getting the message right

Sarah Clarke
07 Apr 2017

NCDs: Getting the message right

Are NCD’s receiving the attention they deserve, or are other political issues that might appear to be more urgent obscuring their importance?
Ina Andersson
30 Mar 2017

Investigating health with communities

February in the UK is not exactly known for its warm weather. This particular day in February is no exception from the rule, but still a small group of local people have gathered at a community centre ready to brave the cold.
Sarah Clarke
24 Mar 2017

Salt: the forgotten killer

When thinking of making healthy dietary changes, cutting out sugar, carbohydrates and red meat promptly springs to mind – but what about salt?
Sarah Clarke
06 Mar 2017

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?
Sarah Clarke
01 Mar 2017

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.
Sarah Clarke
12 Oct 2016

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.