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Feb 11, 2015 | by Centre

Community wellbeing

Here at the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, we think communities are really important to improving wellbeing,  they’re the focus of one of our programmes of evidence.
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Public Health England has today launched a guide to  community centred approaches to health and wellbeing.

 

Pkfphoto-e1379332487234-147x150rofessor Kevin Fenton , the Public Health England National Director for Health and Wellbeing  blogged about why communities matter to health.

 

Our pioneer this week reflects the community approach to improving wellbeing, Well London who’s vision is : A world city of empowered local communities, who have the skills and confidence to take control of and improve their individual and collective health and well-being.

→ be one of our wellbeing pioneers

Finally, a reminder that the deadline for applications to become one of our trustees is the 16th Feb at 8am.

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