Economics of NCD Prevention

Economics of NCD Prevention

09 Apr 2019
Dr Rachel Nugent Vice-President – Global Non-communicable Diseases, RTI International. This talk shows how health economics is used to help countries make efficient and equitable spending decisions to slow the rise in health and economic burden from NCDs.

Obesity Training for Nurses

28 Feb 2019
Are you seeing more patients with obesity and obesity associated conditions in your clinical practice? Do you find conversations about obesity challenging? Join us at this unique event on 28 April at the European Congress on Obesity 2019 #ECO2019, in Glasgow, Scotland.

The Wellbeing Symposium

05 Feb 2019
C3 is excited to once again partner with Wellbeing People and Pillory Barn on The Wellbeing Symposium. Join us as the leading health & wellbeing event makes its London debut.

Collaborating to Strengthen Primary Care

04 Sep 2018
There is much positive talk of ‘multi-stakeholder collaboration’, but what does it really mean? Join C3 and Primary Care International in a discussion on which kinds of partnership are most effective for organisations focused on front-line healthcare systems, and the benefits for non-health organisations in collaborating with primary healthcare.

Evaluating health outcomes in workplace wellbeing: does measurement matter?

23 Aug 2018
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.

Healthy nutrition at work

24 May 2018
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.

‘O sleep, O gentle sleep, Nature’s soft nurse…’*

18 May 2018
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.