National Smile Month
National Smile Month 2019
The Oral Health Team have been busy during this month long national event, visiting Withernsea, Bridlington and Hull. All the sessions were very successful and the team were able to engage with a variety of ages which provided a good cross section of the population. The events were held in various locations from Leisure Centres to Shopping Centres. They were very well attended and the team thoroughly enjoyed promoting oral health information to people across both localities.
New ‘green health grants’ to encourage environmental activity
City Health Care Partnership Foundation charity is offering a new type of grant for groups who are working to protect the environment, tackle climate change and educate young people about how they can help to save our planet whilst also demonstrating how they will improve the health and wellbeing of the communities we serve by meeting one or more of the existing charity objectives.
IOPC launches ‘Make Yourself Heard’ campaign to raise awareness of silent 999 system
A national campaign to raise awareness of a system to help people alert police when in imminent danger but unable to speak, is being launched by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) today (8th April 2019).
Access+ GP practice appointments available over Easter
If you need a GP practice appointment over the Easter break, Hull Primary Care Collaborative’s Access+ service is open every day.
Charity helps cycle club to Go-Ride
A grant of £1000 from City Health Care Partnership has helped a Hull cycling club to coach children to be safe, competent cyclists.
Put Your Best Foot Forward for Foot Health Month
This April is Foot Health month, a chance to check that our feet are getting the care and attention that they need. Jennie Laney, Specialist Podiatrist for the Hull & East Riding Podiatry Service, CHCP CIC is looking to raise awareness of the importance of good foot health, as part of this campaign from the College of Podiatry.
Public urged to answer survey on how NHS services can be improved in Hull and the East Riding
People in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire are being encouraged to answer a survey on how local NHS services could be improved in the region in the future.