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Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s – a summary

23rd July 2019

A summary to support responses to the green paper The Cabinet Office and Department of Health and Social Care are seeking views on proposals to help people live healthier, happier lives for longer. Healthy London Partnership has undertaken a rapid analysis to summarise the proposals to support responses from partners and colleagues. The detailed commitments […]

Findings from London’s Great Weight Debate

5th February 2018

This report sets out the findings from an independent evaluation of the Great Weight Debate that invited all Londoners to share their views on how children in the capital could be supported to lead healthier lives. The Great Weight Debate aimed to raise awareness of the levels of childhood obesity in London and provide an opportunity to […]

Infographic – Making every contact count

1st February 2018

A handy and informative infographic that tells the story of making every contact count using images and headline statistics.  It explains what making every contact count is, why it is important and gives organisations useful next steps on their journey to implementing making every contact count. Download this resource as a PDF and use it […]

London framework

27th November 2017

This document brings together information and guidance for all key elements required to support local implementation of making every contact count initiatives. The Making Every Contact Count London Framework aims to build on and optimise behaviour change frameworks that already exist. It also provides a one-stop hub where organisations can find (and contribute to) the […]

Challenger event: Making every contact count

26th October 2017

In April 2017, a one-day challenger event was held for the making every contact count project.  The aim of the event was to shape, through challenges and collaboration, a London framework for maximizing the potential of making every contact count over the next five years to help inform, motivate and empower Londoners to maintain and […]

Healthy Living Week – resources

26th October 2017

For 2018 we are encouraging organisations and communities to think about how the concept of Healthy Living Week can be introduced and built on throughout the year, with activities being launched and then repeated whenever you like. We have provided a small collection of resources based on previous year’s campaign to help begin this. You […]

The Great Weight Debate stage 1

26th October 2017

Findings from stage 1 of the Great Weight Debate in early 2016.   Stage 1 aimed to gauge public perceptions of childhood obesity in London and identify some initial ideas for change from Londoners. These reports include recommendations from Londoners on how to galvanise the public to support change.

Unlocking the value of VSCE for population health

26th October 2017

Guides for commissioners setting out approaches for working with the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector to improve Londoners’ health and wellbeing. The current financial situation means constraints for commissioners.  Providers and commissioners of services are being asked to deliver more impact with less money while addressing increasingly complex health needs. Commissioners can use these guides […]

Healthy communities

26th October 2017

The aim of Healthy Communities was to research test and evaluate sustainable and commercially-viable healthy lifestyle interventions, created and led by the local community and local delivery partners. The project has shown that it is possible to deliver health outcomes outside the formal health system, and has evidenced how big businesses, social enterprises and the voluntary sector can positively affect […]