Tue, 05 Apr 2016 09:05
The Here for Health Improvement Advice Centre is a service available OUH staff, patients and visitors to access support with healthy living and healthy behaviour change. Individuals can drop in at any time convenient for them, no appointment necessary.
Open: Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 5.00pm
Location: Blue Outpatients, John Radcliffe Hospital
Support on a range of topics including
- Eating more healthily
- Becoming more active
- Giving up Smoking
- Weight management
- Reducing alcohol intake
- Emotional Wellbeing
Drop-in services provided by the center include healthy living information, behaviour change support and referral/signposting to relevant community services for on-going support.
If you would like to speak to a team member to find out more information about the centre or about how you can access the service please contact:
email: email@example.com or telephone: 01865 221429
Wed, 19 Dec 2018 12:51
A new Government vision for a healthy future focusing on "prevention being better than cure" has been welcomed by Active Oxfordshire, the key drivers of health and physical activity in the county.
Wed, 12 Aug 2015 09:42
Public Health England has published a report showing the level of 'school readiness' among London's children.
In this report, school readiness is used as an indicator of how prepared a child is to succeed in school cognitively, socially and emotionally. School readiness is important because it has a strong impact on educational outcomes, participation in crime, health and mortality in later life. Children who do not achieve a good level of development struggle with social skills, reading, maths and physical skills.
Increasing physical activity is one of the strategies identified to improve school readiness because of its importance in early brain development, learning, movement and communication skills.
Read the following articles to find out more and how you can help your child:
Mon, 08 Apr 2019 12:44
Each year the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is published Oxfordshire Health and Wellbeing Board and provides detailed information about Oxfordshire's population and the factors affecting health, wellbeing, and social care needs.
Fri, 14 Aug 2015 08:49
The World Heart Day in association with the World Heart Federations on 29th September 2015.
World Heart Day takes place on 29 September every year and is a chance for people across the globe to take part in the world's biggest intervention against cardiovascular disease (CVD).
This World Heart Day, our focus is on creating healthy heart environments. By ensuring that everyone has the chance to make healthy heart choices wherever they live, work and play, World Heart Day encourages us all to reduce our cardiovascular risk, and promotes a heart-healthy planet for those around us.
Click here to find out more and what you can do to keep your heart healthy.