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Residents of Dorset, Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole are being invited to attend their NHS Health Check this autumn.
Quitting – it ain’t easy. But thousands of people successfully quit smoking in Dorset every year. Some with support from services such as LiveWell Dorset, and some through sheer will power. Many will have tried a few times before being successful. There are some things you can
Public Health Dorset is encouraging residents in Bournemouth to help improve their own wellbeing while giving love and attention to the parks and open spaces in the area.
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By Laura Everett-Coles I visited the Ideal Health Exhibition event in Sturminster Newton this weekend. View PDF
Public Health Dorset and NHS England are seeking your views on how you would like sexual health services to be run in Dorset. View PDF
Some of the things that resonated with me on Days 4 and 5 of the 5 day SOIF Workshop.
Some of the things that resonated with me on Days 2 and 3 of the 5 day SOIF Workshop.
I’m participating in the 5 day SOIF Workshop. My first. And only my second ever 5-day futuring event. Find out more about what my first day involved.
The future of Integrated Care Systems is Data Science. Data science will drive Population Health Management.
Local people are being given the chance to shape health and wellbeing services in Dorset.
The future of intelligence is Transformational, Transformative and Collective. We’ve been calling it ‘transformational’ since we started changing what we do.
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