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Reducing the pressure in General Practice: A new model of care 

Posted by Altogether Better Thursday, January 21, 2016 Categories: News
The NHS Five Year Forward View asks us to imagine new models of care and “a future where fully engaged patients, carers and citizens play a greater role in their health and health care.” A future where we draw on the assets, strengths and... read more
 

EVALUATION REPORT - OCTOBER 2015 

Altogether Better Working Together to Create Healthier People and Communities - 'Bringing citizens and services together in new conversations'. The Evaluation Report of the Altogether Better Wellbeing 2 Programme
Posted by Altogether Better Thursday, October 15, 2015 Categories: News
Altogether Better has delivered an innovative two year programme funded by the Big Lottery Fund, working with citizens and services keen to find new ways to improve the health and wellbeing of their local community. To read the full Evaluation... read more
 

News from Canadian Altogether Better Champions 

Posted by Altogether Better Monday, September 28, 2015 Categories: News
We have just heard from our friends in Portland in Ontario that their Altogether Better Champion work is still going strong as their winter begins to get a grip. They are doing some fantastic work including supporting older people to stay safe in... read more
 

Leeds Champion receives award for services to her community 

Posted by Altogether Better Tuesday, July 14, 2015
A huge congratulations to Linda Hepworth, a Practice Health Champion from City View GP practice, who won this year’s prestigious award of PA in the Community at a ceremony in Leeds on 2nd July. The awards, organised by the PA Hub Network, aim to... read more
 

New-style health care helps children 

A doctor’s view of how Practice Health Champions can change the model of care by helping to decide what can be improved about how services are delivered and their perspective on what could be changed for the better…… “an exciting example of bringing people together to make things better”.
Posted by Altogether Better Wednesday, March 25, 2015