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
Enjoy Christmas the Why Weight? way
As Christmas is well underway Why Weight? can show you how to avoid overindulging by cleverly choosing your food and drink. They are also running classes in the New Year to get you back on track for 2010!
Love your scales! Free online weight loss programme launched
A new website has been launched by City Health Care Partnership (NHS Hull Provider Services) to help local people lose weight and get active.
Patients have their say on community health services
From this week, 1,500 randomly selected patients who have used NHS services in the community will receive a postal survey to help find out how well local services are working in Hull.
A local school is all smiles, when presented with award for brushing their teeth!
Greenway Primary School in Hull is due to receive an award due to their dedication to brushing their teeth at school every afternoon for two years.
Dipping the scales across Hull and East Riding as 100 stone is lost across the region!
When launched on New Year’s Day the www.readytoloseweight.co.uk website aimed to attract both men and women needing to lose weight by offering a range of free resources including recipes and other useful tools.
Patient opinion is launched in Hull to capture what people really think of their health care
City Health Care Partnership has launched Patient Opinion, an independent, nationwide organisation that wishes to improve the quality of health care by listening to patients opinions, directing it to the service and if required, acting on them.
Get better with books - on ‘prescription’!
Better with Books provides self help resources for those with mild to moderate mental health issues. Since the launch in 2006 at Central Library, popularity has expanded the scheme to over 12 local libraries and Hull Prison.
St Stephen's shopping centre has now joined up with City Health Care Partnership to put sexual health at the top of a shopping list
The Hull and East Riding Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Partnership at City Health Care Partnership are due to launch a Network Plus Biometric condom and Chlamydia Kit vending kiosk in St Stephens Shopping Centre 20 April, to provide members of the public with convenient and accessible sexual health services.