Health Trainers are Tackling Men’s Health in Hull
In support of national Men’s Health Week, City Health Care Partnership’s Health Trainers are hitting the town to provide health information and advice to the men of Hull.
‘Lungs are for Life’, Not Just for Childhood
Specialists come together for a day to educate parents and children on how to look after their lungs, and the long term benefits of a smoke free home.
Discover the Facts and Dismiss the Myths at Breastfeeding Awareness Week
Next week, St Stephen’s shopping centre will host the National Breastfeeding Awareness Week. Here you will discover the facts about the benefits to both mother and baby, receive advice on where to find support and to finally dispel all the myths.
Minor Injury Unit extends its hours
From this week, members of the public are able to take advantage of new extended opeing hours at the Minor Injuries Unit at Bransholme Health Centre.
New technology protects NHS staff when lone working
From this week, local NHS staff working for City Health Care Partnership (NHS Hull Provider Services) are being issued with personal safety devices to help to protect them when working alone.
Stop Smoking Service opens ‘Out of Hours' for busy city centre workers
Many people would like to stop smoking, but often the pressures, stresses and time constraints of life prevent them from seeking the help and advice they need in order to break the habit once and for all.
Are you 1 in 12? Weigh up your risks and get tested for Hepatitis C
In support of World Hepatitis C Day, 19 May 2010, the City Health Care Partnership Addictions Service will be on hand to awareness about hepatitis C, the risks of infection and the treatment options available to people in the City.
Get "TEETH4LIFE" with National Smile Month
Every year National Smile Month beams into Hull to teach children under five and their families the importance of looking after their teeth, which will in turn, help to maintain their teeth for life.
The LGBT conference raises awareness in sexual health
The LGBT Conference will help to raise awareness and knowledge around sexual health in both men and women in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community