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More than 80,000 staff across London took part in London’s first ever Healthy Living Week last year and it would be great if you could do something for yourself, and, help to make it even bigger this year.
Sue Hogarth, Public Health Lead for Tower Hamlets Together, reflects on a recent event talking to Tower Hamlets resident and staff.
On behalf of Tower Hamlets Together and University College London (UCL) this document summarises the specification to commission service user groups or individual(s) to co-design and co-produce an evaluation of the vanguard programme.
Did you know that the Tower Hamlets Eye Care service does home visits?
It is just over two years since Tower Hamlets Integrated Provider Project now known as Tower Hamlets Together, became one of the first 29 vanguards to be announced. Vanguards were tasked with transforming care for patients, communities and staff, testing out new ways of delivering healthcare that could be the blueprints for the future of the health and care system.
Our most recent staff engagement was held on 25 April at the Professional Development Centre in Bethnal Green. The event was attended by over 70 members of staff, covering a wide range of roles and representing all Tower Hamlets Together (THT) partners.
Celebrating two-years of innovation to improve health and wellbeing in Tower Hamlets 7 April 2017 Tower Hamlets Together, the partnership of local health and social care organisations in the borough, is celebrating its two-year anniversary of being awarded ‘vanguard’...
Anna Riddell, Consultant Paediatrician for Barts Health NHS Trust and clinical lead for the Tower Hamlets Together Children’s Programme, explains how working together will improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people living in Tower Hamlets.
Dr Phil Bennett-Richards, Chair of Tower Hamlets Together and local GP at Aberfeldy Practice, reflects on another 12 months of the New Care Models programme and the efforts to improve health and wellbeing in Tower Hamlets.
People in Tower Hamlets will have access to improved community health services under a ground-breaking partnership.