Queen’s Nurses engaging communities in Scotland

Christine Hancock
07 Jan 2022

Queen’s Nurses engaging communities in Scotland

C3 and the Queen's Nursing Institute of Scotland are partnering to bring expert community nurses and C3's team to work with residents of some of Scotland’s most disadvantaged communities. The goals: to help communities improve the healthiness of their environments, and to help the Queen’s Nurses better understand the health challenges faced in Scotland's poorest areas.
Elisabeth Morgans
05 Jan 2022

Digital exclusion: The importance of connection

Being able to access and use the internet is widely acknowledged to be crucial to health, employment, and life-chances in general, particularly since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Read how C3's Boscombe (UK) project helped community members overcome their digital exclusion.
Christine Hancock
05 Jan 2022

We’re hiring! Join C3 as our campaign manager

Are you a creative person who is passionate about helping charities expand their reach? Are you interested in how we can make it easier for people to live healthy lives? C3 is seeking an enthusiastic person to transform our online presence and to take us to the next level as a charity.
Tom Sandford
03 Jan 2022

Calling all nurses: New job opportunity

Are you a nurse looking for a new challenge? Are you passionate about health promotion? Want to use your nursing knowledge in a different way? C3 Collaborating for Health is looking for an enthusiastic and committed registered nurse from a black or Asian heritage to lead and manage C3’s community project: Nurses for Healthier Communities.
Elisabeth Morgans
03 Jan 2022

Engaging the world’s nurses in addressing chronic disease through oral health

Earlier this year the World Health Organization brought into sharp focus the need to address Oral Health - with its links to chronic diseases (non-communicable diseases or NCDs). C3 has convened a global group of nurse experts to discuss the issue of oral health, disease prevention, and the role of nurses.
Christine Hancock
27 Dec 2021

Engaging children and their families during half term

October half term is always a challenge for families with uncertain weather but needing to occupy children with fun and physical activity. In Boscombe, United Kingdom, C3’s CHESS Plan Coordinator, Zoe, provided lots of fun, social activities and opportunities for adults and children to learn new skills all at the same time.
David Okoro & Michaela Nuttall
20 Dec 2021

COVID-19: Supporting nurses’ resilience

With funding from The Burdett Trust for Nursing, the aim of Supporting nurses’ resilience has been to acknowledge and explore the challenges faced by many ethnic minorities nurses and healthcare assistants (HCAs) living and working in the London boroughs of Brent, Ealing, and Harrow especially during COVID-19. Read our report of findings and workplace recommendations.
Sarah Clarke
16 Dec 2021

Healthy Environments & Health Empowerment, lessons from the Caribbean

Small Island Developing States of the Eastern Caribbean have been called the most disaster prone countries of the world, and simultaneously have some of the highest disability and death from chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes. With the changing climate there has been emergence of new communicable diseases and re-emergence of others as well as an impact on food and nutrition security.
Christine Hancock
17 Nov 2021

Nurses addressing Oral Health

Earlier this year WHO brought into sharp focus the need to address Oral Health - with its links to chronic diseases - and countries are urged to address those shared risk factors, and to shift their focus to the prevention of oral health disease and away from traditional curative approaches.