During this one hour seminar, innovative research team, Healthwave, will reveal the findings of ‘Digital Inclusion in Healthcare.’
For many people lockdown easing means there is still going to be an unmet need because of re-entry anxiety.
New project to support people in West Cornwall affected by the pandemic back into work.
This event is about shining a light on the examples of co-creation from Cornwall’s voluntary sector organisations, and evoking systemic change and best practice for all
Scheme providing free vitamins and food vouchers to pregnant women and children in low-income families to get a financial boost from April.
Women and girls in England can now have home abortions during the outbreak to avoid going to a clinic and exposing themselves to the virus.
Find out more about Primary Care Networks, the new way of organising care (health, social care & voluntary sector provision) in local areas.
A one day workshop focusing on ‘Smart work for healthy communities’ will be taking place on Wednesday 1st March at the Knowledge Spa in Truro.
The 2017 Winter Wellness Programme is urging residents in Cornwall to think about how to keep their homes warm and safe over winter. The programme has launched this winter for the 6th time to give advice and practical help on matters such as insulation, switching energy tariffs to save money, emergency funds for vulnerable people who can’t afford to heat their homes and support for people getting back into employment
Cornish organisation Keep Our NHS Public (KONP) are holding a health and social care conference on 5th November. ‘Health and Social Care: Reality not Rhetoric’ will take place at St Mary and St Petroc’s Parish Centre in Bodmin from 10:30am – 5pm.