With Rushcliffe CCG
Your health, our priority
Welcome to our latest edition of our e-bulletin.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Healthy Lives, Healthy Futures Fund 2016
Through the Rushcliffe Health Partnership we are inviting local groups and organisations to put forward proposals for projects that will take creative approaches to improving health locally. A maximum of £2,000 can be applied for per project (applications are limited to one project per organisation). Successful projects will promote health and well-being by identifying and addressing inequalities in health or the factors that cause ill-health. Projects can cover a number of themes and deliver in one or more geographical areas within the Borough of Rushcliffe. We are particularly keen to support projects which target the areas of highest need.
Please outline your proposal using the application form (preferably electronically) and return it to John Kemp, Health Development Officer on email@example.com
The next Diabetes Forum takes place on Wednesday 27 July 10am - 11.30am
West Bridgford Library, Bridgford Rd, West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire NG2 6AT
The purpose of the Diabetes Forum is to raise awareness of diabetes within the population of NHS Rushcliffe CCG and positively promote access to diabetes services and including education.
Click here to view a poster with more information
Radcliffe Surgery Forum (RSF), your Patient Participation Group (PPG), is holding a ‘Question Time’ style health event.
Saturday 18 June 11am - 12.30pm
The Grange Hall, Vicarage Lane, Radcliffe on Trent NG12 2FB
REFRESHMENTS: tea, coffee, cakes & samosas from 10.30am
A panel of doctors from Radcliffe Surgery and PartnersHealth will be answering your questions alongside the RSF Chair
Click here for a poster for the event
If you have a cancer experience as a patient or carer (past or present) you are invited to share the story of your cancer journey with people who are patients and carers.
The Greater Nottingham Cancer Forum is a voice for LGBT people living with cancer and has influenced positive change in local cancer services
You are invited to join a focus group to share your thoughts on Wednesday 11th May 2016. 2pm – 4pm. Loxley House
To book a place/s please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 0115 876 2553.
The Carers Road Show is all set to hit the streets of Nottinghamshire for the Fourth Year in succession!
The Carers Road Shows starts on the 17 May 2016 and finishes on 16 September 2016
Click here for a poster for the event which gives more information
Free, safe and sociable weekly walks with trained leaders to improve your health and wellbeing.
Choice of walks lasting between 30 and 90 minutes to suit your ability and level of fitness.
Supporting people with disabilities to be more active, more often.
Friday 20 May 10am - 4pm at Cotgrave Leisure Centre.
Click here to view a poster advertising the event
Saturday 21 May 10am - 2pm Loughborough University
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Tuesday 24 May 6.30pm
A30, Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University Park
The event is to celebrate Mental Health Awareness week and Nottingham City & County have a reading Agency Books on Prescription scheme and this event will raise awareness and provide more information.
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This will be a fantastic opportunity to hear about what we have achieved in the first year of the partnership following on from what you told us and also a chance for your input into our future plans to help shape and improve cancer care across Nottinghamshire.
If you would like to attend, please RSVP to email@example.com or call 07834191250.
Click here to view an invitation to the event
Saturday 4 June 10.30am - 1.30pm
Croquet Lawn, Central Avenue, West Bridgford
Click here for a poster advertising the event
Click here for the May edition of the RCVS newsletter.
The newsletter keeps you up to date with news and information about all of their services
Click here for issue 76 of Public Face
Public Face shares news about patient and public involvement (PPI) activities in health and social care and in research across 772 stakeholders in the East Midlands. It contains snippets of news to help you find out more and get involved
Please click here for the April edition of the First Contact Newsletter
First Contact helps to provide information for people aged 60 and over, about services to help them remain safe and independent in their own home. Rushcliffe Community Voluntary Service coordinate this scheme for the south of the county – Rushcliffe, Broxtowe and Gedling.
Nottingham University Hospitals and Sherwood Forest Hospital launched a new website for patients, partners and staff to provide up-to-date information about the proposed merger. This includes events, staff/public meetings, latest news and Frequently Asked Questions.
The website is available here: www.futuretogethernotts.nhs.uk