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  1. New podcast discusses the impact of air pollution on health

    The London Air Quality and Health Programme Office are pleased to announce the launch of a podcast discussing the impact of air pollution on health. “Air pollution: a silent threat we can’t ignore” has been developed in memory of the life of Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah – the first person in the UK to have air pollution […]

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  2. 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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  3. World Cancer Day 2024: Closing the care gap

    4 February marked World Cancer Day, an annual global campaign calling for equal access to life-saving cancer diagnosis, treatment and care for all. Research commissioned by Macmillan Cancer Support shows that people living with cancer in London report worse experiences of cancer care when compared to other areas of England[1]. This figure is higher still […]

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  4. 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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  5. Get involved with Great Mental Health Day in London 2024

    It’s January. It’s dark. It’s cold. And those New Year Resolutions have possibly already become forgotten. Frankly, there’s no better time to get together and have open and honest conversations with each other about what we’ve been experiencing recently and what pressures we may be facing. Cue Great Mental Health Day on Friday, 26 January! […]

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. SELCA launches training modules to support urgent suspected cancer referrals

    SELCA recently launched a new education resource to support primary care professionals to identify patients who require an urgent suspected cancer referral. The online resource will comprise of seven bitesize modules, each focusing on a specific cancer or group of cancers, and can be completed within 10 minutes. The first module on myeloma was released […]

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  9. Demand and Capacity Modelling for Chemotherapy Services at St Georges University Hospitals

    TCST recently worked with colleagues from St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to develop a demand and capacity modelling approach for chemotherapy services. The initial project scope was to better understand demand for the trust chemotherapy service over the previous three years to explore concerns around lack of capacity and a reliance on overtime. […]

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