Enjoy engaging, creative activities and share delicious FREE food with your neighbours in a celebration of what it is to live in a community. Celebrating our different cultures, we eat together and you have the opportunity to take part in creative workshops at Grand Junction on the 5th December. This event is free but booking is essential!
On Tuesday 24 October 2023, more than 200 people from across NW London gathered in St Pauls, Hammersmith for the first health equity summit for the area. One year on from the launch of the region’s inequality strategy, it was a chance to reflect on what had been achieved and discuss the challenges ahead. You can now see all the presentation and details of the day updated to the NHS NWL website.
Do you want to help improve breast cancer screening information and invitations? We are looking for 6 people to join two different workshops. We encourage people from underserved populations including but not limited to ethnic minority groups e.g., Asian, Black African or Caribbean, Arab, Mixed ethnicity and those from a disadvantaged background to apply.
The NHS is seeking feedback on patients’ experiences regarding cardiovascular care in North West London. On Tuesday, December 5th, from 12:00 to 14:00, Imperial College Health Partners will host a focus group to discuss potential areas for improvement. Your input is valuable in determining our priorities. We are offering £25 per hour for participation.
The trust’s annual conference is back to honour the United Nations International Day of Eliminating Violence against Women and Girls and the White Ribbon Campaign to end men’s violence against women. This year’s conference will be highlighting and celebrating a whole health approach to addressing domestic abuse. The event will be held virtually on Zoom on 7th December, from 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Fulham Memory Lunch events take place one Monday each month, The first is on Monday 16th October 2023, 11.30am-1.30pm Fully inclusive and dementia friendly activities including quizzes, a full lunch and a cup of tea followed by light chair-based physical activity and games such as boccia.