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2022 partnerships look back: transforming health and care in London

22nd December 2022

As we approach the end of 2022, we are looking back on some of the transformation and improvement work we’ve planned and delivered with partners across health and care and the VCSE sector over the past 12 months. People on HIV treatment can’t pass it on.HIV.Get tested.Get treated! You can see highlights from the team’s […]

New toolkit for tackling health inequalities in primary care through social prescribing, care coordination and health and wellbeing coaching

15th December 2022

Healthy London Partnership has launched a new toolkit to help decrease the health inequalities faced by Londoners in the most deprived and underserved communities. The practical online resource will support GPs, practice managers and others working in primary care establish a thriving workforce that includes social prescribing link workers, care coordinators and health and wellbeing […]

Healthy London Partnership and Healthcare Consulting unite to strengthen transformation impact

12th December 2022

Healthy London Partnership and Healthcare Consulting have come together as a single team, called ‘Transformation Partners in Health and Care’ (TPHC). The new name and identity reflect the core values that underpin the team’s partnerships and consultancy services. The way we work isn’t changing but together we are stronger, with our unique blend of expertise, […]

Introducing Community Chests – a model for a thriving voluntary and community sector to support social prescribing in London

1st December 2022

Here at Healthy London Partnership, we’re on a mission to ensure London’s social prescribing system is not only sustainable but thriving.  But we, and the partners we work with to make this happen, are increasingly aware of just how challenging this is, especially right now. Public services are overwhelmed, the voluntary sector is starved of […]

Support for parents and carers of children and young people with eating disorders

30th November 2022

We know this time of year can be particularly tricky to manage for children and young people with eating disorders – and their parents and carers – given the heightened focus on food as part of festive celebrations. Healthy London Partnership and London’s three Children and Young People’s Mental Health Inpatient Provider Collaboratives have been […]

London Health and Care Partnership launches new funding opportunity to support London Vision

24th October 2022

The London Health and Care Partnership (HCP) has announced a non-recurrent funding opportunity for projects supporting the priorities of the London Vision over the next financial year (2023/24). Improving the health and care of Londoners through better, more integrated service delivery is a key priority for the HCP. The Partnership is working collaboratively with stakeholders […]

Quality of Life and Cancer

18th October 2022

Quality of Life and Cancer continues to be a key priority area within the TCST Personalised Cancer Care programme. There is an established London Quality of Life and Cancer Working group and two established Task and Finish groups focusing on: Improving survey completeness across London and the Understanding the data and what it means for London.An action plan […]

How asthma has affected me throughout my life

30th September 2022

Robert Adoo Kissi-Debrah shares his experiences of living with asthma as a young person and how he has learnt to manage the condition. Robert also draws on the work of The Ella Roberta Foundation, founded by his mother, Rosamund, which raises awareness about asthma and campaigns to improve air quality for everyone, everywhere.

How Mums for Lungs are campaigning to improve air pollution

30th September 2022

Ruth Fitzharris from Mums for Lungs blogs about the links between air pollution and asthma. Ruth considers the practical changes which parents of children with asthma can take to reduce the risk of air pollution triggering their condition, as well as the need for wider-system changes to tackle air pollution across cities.