The London Health Podcast looks to tackle specific issues affecting health and care, so that we can make London the world’s healthiest city.
Good Thinking - Episode 28 - Tracey Robbins
In this episode, we listen in to how community action can connect loneliness and social isolation. By creating stronger communities we can bring people together and encourage everyday people to make positive change where they live.
Being passionate about communities, and reducing loneliness is only one part of Tracey’s focus on what it takes to make things happen in communities
Good Thinking - Episode 27 - Gus Booth Clibborn
Today living with anxiety is hardly easy, people of all ages, gender and nationalities experience stress of some kind, and it seems the world moves at a faster pace. In this episode we listen in to how tomo combines the positives of social media with behavioural activation, to strengthen and give people control over their mental and physical health.
Celebrating the influence of general practice nursing in 2020 and planning for the future
Celebrating the influence of general practice nursing in 2020 and planning for the future by Healthy London Partnership
Good Thinking - Episode 26 - Alex Holmes And Will Poulter
In this powerful podcast, our clinical director, psychiatrist Dr Richard Graham is in deep discussion with Alex Holmes, founder of Anti Bullying Ambassadors programme and Deputy CEO of The Diana Award and British BAFTA award-winning actor Will Poulter on the latest thinking on bullying behaviour.
In this episode, they discuss how we need to keep breaking down the barriers that stop us recognising and addressing bullying behaviours, how sometimes you even need to change the dictionary definitions of words, and how ‘reporting is supporting’. The cost of turning a blind eye to bullying behaviours is a trauma that can cast a lifelong shadow.
Good Thinking - Episode 25 - Antonio Ferreira
Imagine a world in which even cartoons for children tell boys they can’t feel upset; they must be super heroes. That is our world. Antonio Ferreira shares with Good Thinking, during Movember, how hard it can be for men to connect with what they truly feel, and how that can take you to the edge. But if you can connect with yourself, there is a new strength to be found, and one that goes beyond that of any so-called hero.
The Power of Practice Nursing: Workforce risk assessments: reflections and learning
In this edition of The Power of Practice Nursing, we look at insights and learnings on the impacts of risk assessments in primary care; the disparity faced by some minority groups and what it takes to ensure staff remain safe to provide patient care on the front line.