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Happy Christmas from Altogether Better 

Friday, December 21, 2012 Categories: News
2012 has been a busy year for Altogether Better. We recruited and trained hundreds of new Community Health Champions who are making a significant impact in improving the health and services of their communities (including their GP practices and... read more

Free event coming up in January: Roma and Health 

Friday, December 21, 2012 Categories: News
There are still places available for Migration Yorkshire's free ‘Roma and Health’ learning event in January. The details are: Date: Thursday 17 January 2013Time: 10:30 – 14:30 (including a buffet lunch)Venue: Lord Mayor’s Banqueting Chamber, Civic ... read more

Winner of the NHS Community Leader Award 2012 announced  

Monday, December 17, 2012 Categories: News
Natalie Belt, Health Trainer Service Manager at Humber NHS Foundation Trust was named as the ‘NHS Community Leader of the Year’ at the national NHS Leadership Recognition Awards held at Barts Hospital in London last night. Natalie is also... read more

New HSJ article examines the role of Health Champions 

Thursday, October 18, 2012 Categories: News
Jane South (Professor of Healthy Communities) and Roz Davies (Co-Director, Altogether Better) look at the role of community health champions, whether the approach works and what it can offer the NHS and local government.Click here to access the... read more

‘Oscar’ success for Seniors Show the Way 

Tuesday, April 03, 2012 Categories: News Newsletters
The National Media Museum hosted the ‘You’re A Star Ceremony’ an ‘annual event which highlights some of the outstanding individuals, teams and services who work within the trust.’ The venue had been beautifully adorned with a suitably starry theme.  ... read more

Making an impact! 

Wednesday, June 29, 2011 Categories: News
Altogether Better is celebrating reaching over 14,000 Community and Workplace Champions who have in turn influenced over 84,000 neighbours, families, friends, work colleagues and many, many others. Well done to our projects and champions! Hear... read more