Well done, WeightWise!
Our WeightWise service won Clinical Team of the Year - Nutrition at the national General Practice Awards in London on 30 November.
Carers’ Information and Support Service move to Calvert Centre
The Carers’ Information and Support Service (CISS) has relocated its offices to the Calvert Centre on Calvert Lane from King Edward Street in Hull.
Free mouth cancer checks in Bridlington
To support November’s Mouth Cancer Action Month, City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) are offering free mouth cancer examinations to people in the East Riding of Yorkshire, to make everyone aware of mouth cancer and the importance of regular check-ups in tackling this.
HeadStart Hull - an introduction to teen mental health
As a parent, you want what’s best for your kids, but it’s not always easy to know what that is. When children become teenagers, the pressures of puberty, exams and establishing independence are enough to put a strain on even the best family relationships. Add mental health issues to the mix and that’s a big challenge for any parent.
College students learn to Restart a Heart
Monday 16 October is national Restart a Heart Day and young people across the country will be learning how to perform life-saving CPR. Clinical trainers from local health and care provider City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCPCIC) will be at Wyke College in Hull all day to train over 500 students to restart a heart.
End of Life conference shines spotlight on equality
Organisers of a conference being held on Friday 6 October are hoping to ‘shine a spotlight on equality at end of life’. Funded by a Macmillan Cancer Support grant, the conference aims to look at how everyone can have the same access to care and treatment at the end of their lives.
African Stories wanted from healthcare workers
Africans Stories in Hull and East Yorkshire is a thought-provoking community project of a little known aspect of British social history. It examines the presence and contribution of people of African descent from 1750 to 2007 in this region.
Marie is now making a difference in her new role
Say hello to Marie Walker, the Principal Podiatrist Diabetes/ AHP Lead Profession and acting Hull Podiatry Team Lead at CHCP in Hull. Since making the change to CHCP, Marie has particularly noticed CHCP’s drive to constantly and primarily improve service delivery; we spoke to Marie about this and her experiences of working with us.\r\n
Hear how Mel made a change in her career
Mel Haynes, an Occupational Therapist came to work at City Health Care Partnership (CHCP) in August 2017. Working in the Community Rehab Team in Hull with patients who have physical and neurological conditions.