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Pop Up London festival launched for October half term

19th October 2021

Pop Up London is a free festival of family-friendly performances taking place across central London during October half-term (23 to 31 October 2021). Part of the Mayor’s Let’s Do London campaign to encourage visitors back into the heart of our city and support jobs, Pop Up London will see over 200 artists performing in public […]

Good Thinking workshops: the impact of digital inclusion on community health outcomes

15th October 2021

This autumn, London’s digital wellbeing service, Good Thinking, is running a series of online workshops to explore the impact of digital exclusion on health inequalities and the risks of connecting vulnerable or reluctant individuals to the digital world. Leading experts in online harm, digital inequalities, digital health and the digital transformation of health services will present […]

World Homeless Day – 10 October 2021

6th October 2021

The purpose of World Homeless Day is to draw attention to the needs of people who experience homelessness locally, and to provide opportunities for the community to get involved in responding to homelessness. The campaign aims to educate people about homeless issues, celebrate and support good practice happening locally, and highlight local issues. To mark […]

Gateway C Training Courses

28th September 2021

GatewayC is a free high-quality online cancer education programme developed for healthcare professionals across England, but mainly those working in primary care. The programme is fully funded by Health Education England and is hosted by The Christie NHS Foundation Trust There are 50 + hours of CPD available and over 22 online courses covering various […]

Direct Access Diagnostics

16th August 2021

Significant numbers of patients continue to be diagnosed at a late stage in England and our cancer outcomes are behind the lowest in Europe. The current NHS Long Term Plan sets out a commitment to achieve earlier diagnosis for cancer patients. Our GPs are often the first medical professional to see a patient with symptoms […]

Advice and Guidance

3rd August 2021

An advice and guidance process allows a clinician to seek advice from another. It is a communication between two clinicians: the “requesting” clinician (referrer) and the provider of a service (the “responding” clinician). These services are becoming more widely available across the NHS as either an embedded ERS process or via other services. The new […]

Digital Health Ambassadors

22nd June 2021

The Digital Health Ambassador programme wants young people aged 15-24, who are willing to work closely with expert organisations like Good Thinking, NHS and Public Health England to give young people a voice and to shape shaping research and policy at a local and national level. We’ve set this up so you can influence digital health products and […]

Translated materials

16th June 2021

The NHS recommends five things you can do to help improve your mental health and wellbeing. These are also encouraged in Islamic teachings. Good Thinking has created this ‘Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Islam’ guide in collaboration with members of London’s Muslim communities, North East London CCG (NEL) and The London Borough of […]