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  1. Supporting children and young people’s mental health

    5-11 February is Children’s Mental Health Week: a mental health awareness event that empowers, equips and gives a voice to all children and young people in the UK. Keep reading to learn how TPHC’s pan-London mental health programmes are working to support children and young people in London to stay mentally well. Children and young […]

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  2. Listen Act Change for Race Equality Week

    Next week is Race Equality Week, an annual UK-wide movement uniting hundreds of thousands of organisations and individuals to address the barriers to race equality in the workplace. In November I wrote about how, at Transformation Partners we recognise the importance of continuous improvement. Our aim is to continue transforming our workplace into a truly inclusive environment, where […]

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  3. London’s Great Mental Health Day returns for third year

    On Friday, 26 January 2024, Great Mental Health Day will take place across London. Now in its third year, Great Mental Health Day is a London-wide initiative and for 2024 will explore the importance of meaningful connections and highlight the power of relationships, community, and social networks. The start of a new year is a […]

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  4. TPHC 2023 highlights and achievements

    2023 has been a busy year for us at Transformation Partners in Health and Care. Our work has won awards, been highlighted as good practice in government policy papers, and saved lives through training initiatives such as Thrive London’s Zero Suicide programme. Read a selection of our achievements below. January Great Mental Health Day Thrive […]

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  5. Insight – Thanks for signing up

    Thank you for signing up We’re excited to share our quarterly updates with you. Our emails will come from noreply@tphc.co.uk, for the best chance of you seeing this in your inbox, please add us as a contact to keep our emails out of your spam folder. What next We’ll automatically send you the next quarterly […]

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  6. Insight – TPHC’s quarterly digest

    Insight is the quarterly news digest from Transformation Partners in Health and Care (TPHC), for anyone interested in health and care transformation across England. Who is this for? You may be someone senior in the industry looking for providers that can support you to deliver transformation on a population level, a healthcare professional looking for the […]

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  7. Meeting the mental health needs of young people leaving care guidance

    Transformation Partners in Health and Care’s (TPHC) Mental Health Transformation programme has launched new guidance for supporting care experienced young people with their emotional and mental wellbeing. Led by TPHC’s Children and Young People’s Mental Health team, we have worked with young people, as well as partners in NHS Integrated Care Boards (ICBs), local authorities, […]

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  8. Making our workplace a safe place for women and girls

    As a team of change makers in the health and social care system, with a broad reach, I want to ensure that everyone who works for and with us has a positive experience and that our people, funders and clients are treated with kindness, fairness and integrity. At Transformation Partners we recognise that continuous improvement […]

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  9. Taking a public health approach to improving asthma outcomes in children and young people

    Professor Kevin Fenton, Regional Director for London, Office for Health Improvement and Disparities Improving asthma-related outcomes and tackling health inequalities in London must go beyond excellent clinical management and personalised care for children, young people and their families to embrace a population health approach.  Understanding and addressing wider factors linked to asthma – including importantly […]

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  10. How can healthcare professionals help in tackling air pollution?

    Dr Malcolm White – Clean Air Specialist at charity Global Action Plan (GAP) reflects on the aim to make clean air healthcare a reality and the key role that healthcare professionals can play in tackling air pollution.

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