Dr Jo Ivey Boufford joins C3 for our next international seminar on Monday 10th October Urban health is one of the greatest challenges to public health of the 21st century. With examples from cities across the globe from Mexico City to Amsterdam, Dr Jo Ivey Boufford uses this seminar to showcase how the very structure of the cities many call home shapes our health and emphasizes how the health of cities, and those living and working in them, will shape the global conditions for life and the potential for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Find out this and more at our... Read More
Lessons from Ghana: Do community health workers have a future in the UK? Dr Stella Lartey joins C3 for our next international seminar on Thursday 8th September!
Join C3, Stephane Sibalo (VIF) and Sophie McGannan (Health and Europe Centre) for the latest C3 International Seminar where they discuss how building pride and dismantling bias have been integral to tackling obesity and unemployment in France.
As part of National Smile month join C3 and Stephen Ogweno of Stowelink Inc for the latest C3 International Seminar where Stephen will talk about the reality of oral health and opportunities to improve it. Oral health care is still widely neglected, expensive, and information on oral care is still very hard to find. During this upcoming international seminar Stephen Ogweno will ask critical questions and offer suggestions for opportunities for the medical community to improve oral health. “As a person who continues to live with oral health issues, I understand the challenges that exist when it comes to affordability,... Read More
Dr. Mike Oliver is part of the Workplace team at the Charlie Waller Trust,one of the UK’s most respected mental health charities. Dr Mike Oliver is a Chartered Psychologist and registered Health Psychologist, focusing on mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.In particular, he is passionate about helping people to have a healthier relationship with sleep and taking breaks to support health and wellbeing inside, and outside, of work. In this seminar, Dr Mike Oliver will be discussing: The relationship between sleep and mental health. The impact of the pandemic on our relationship with sleep, and what this means for workers... Read More
Join C3 and Professor Tracey Perez Koehlmoos on April 26th at 1pm (BST) as she discusses the fitness of active-duty soldiers and the impact of obesity on force readiness and the US military health system. Professor Tracey Perez Koehlmoos is a Director of the Center for Health Services Research, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, and a C3 Board member.She has more than 150 publications and multimedia products, and has lived and worked in Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Indonesia, addressing NCDs in low and middle income countries. The seminar will last an hour. Join us to learn more! Register here for... Read More
To coincide with World Obesity Day, C3 will be joined by Dr. T Alafia Samuels, an Honorary Professor at the Caribbean Institute for Health Research (CAIHR), University of the West Indies (UWI), Jamaica, and the former Director of the George Alleyne Chronic Disease Research Centre, CAIHR, UWI in Barbados.
How do you know if you’re effecting sustainable change in health and wellbeing? Dr Christian Van Stolk (RAND Europe) and Professor Kevin Daniels (University of East Anglia) have developed a new course for executives, managers and HR professionals on research and how it translates into practice. They will present their findings and how to access and use their course and trail a new toolkit.
Emma Persand is the Founder and Director of Lemur Health Ltd, who also sits on the European Menopause and Andropause Society’s Task Force, contributing to the, soon to be launched, global statement on what health care professionals need to know about the menopause transition.
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.