More and more organisations are introducing initiatives to help protect and promote staff health and wellbeing. But does anyone measure if it’s really improving health and if so, how do organisations go about it? Research leader, Michael Whitmore, will share RAND Europe's latest findings at our next C3 Workplace Health Movement meeting.
The Access to Nutrition Index is the first systematic effort to compare major global food and beverage (F&B) manufacturers’ contribution to addressing global nutrition challenges: the good, bad and opportunities for improvement. Join us 17 July to hear how the world's largest F&B organisations rate.
Does changing what people eat at work really have an effect on their productivity and general health? British Dietetic Association's Elaine Gardner will discuss the BDA Work Ready programme along with practical learnings and resources.
Join us for a seminar with Dr Carol M. Baldwin from Arizona State University, as she reveals how the quality of our sleep can have a profound effect on our health particularly in terms of obesity and chronic disease.
Would you like to empower and engage citizens in health promoting activities to mobilise their power, but you need inspiration? Hear insights from the Community Action Research Network on 25 May at our next International Breakfast Seminar.
Imagine going from working in the modern, relatively well-resourced NHS to being responsible for the health of 3 million people in one of the poorest states in Nigeria. You have just 52 doctors, 1,000 midwives and nurses, and less than £2 to spend per person. Could you cope? Join Professor Joseph Ana as he shares how he rebuilt a shattered health system.
C3 is pleased to be an event partner & programme committee member for Healthy City Design International 2018. We hope that many from our network will submit their work! Extended deadline: 22 May. This year's theme is 'Creating healthy cities for all: Designing for equity and resilience'.
While cities are neither inherently good or bad, the management of urbanisation is challenging, especially if the goal is to maximise health outcomes for those living and working in cities. This session will explore the phenomenon of urbanisation, why health considerations are often overlooked, and action steps to bring attention to the potential of cities to drive improvement in global health.
At our first workplace health seminar of 2018, Marco Hafner will share RAND Europe's latest insights about sleep and productivity - and why 'Britain's productivity problem begins in the bedroom.'
We are delighted to welcome Robert Beaglehole for our first C3 International Breakfast Seminar of 2018. A leader of the global work on NCD prevention, Robert is Emeritus Professor at the University of Auckland and Chair of the Lancet NCD Action Group.