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Assessing Primary Care During the Pandemic and Beyond
Manisha Modhvadia is an officer with Healthwatch Barking and Dagenham, part of a national network of local Healthwatches, who act as champions for people using local health and care services. We have all had to adapt the way we work and deliver services for the […]
By Manisha Modhvadia (Guest Author)
Independent Review of Drugs: Call for EvidenceOn 8 February 2019, Professor Dame Carol Black was appointed to lead a major 2-part review that will look into the ways in which drugs are fuelling serious violence and at treatment, recovery and prevention. This call for evidence is part of the information-gathering phase of […]
The NHS Parliamentary AwardsEarlier this year, NHS England and NHS Improvement launched the NHS Parliamentary Awards, an award programme designed to encourage health and care organisations to engage with their local MPs, tell them about the work they do, and build or strengthen ongoing relationships. From 2nd July, […]
FUNDING: NFU Mutual Community Giving FundThe NFU Mutual Community Giving Fund (CGF) was set up in 2005 to support community initiatives and charitable events, as well as to help boost staff fundraising initiatives. They have made grants of up to £1000 available. They are most likely to approve funding requests […]
FUNDING: Funding for people aged 60 and over and BAME CommunitiesThe Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust has made grants of up to £1,000 available to UK charities that focus on the often complex issues that have arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic for people aged 60-and-over. The Trust will also be prioritising charities that work in […]
- 08 July - Faith COVID Response: Best practice webinars
Over the next week, we’re holding faith-specific workshops looking at good practice for the reopening of places of worship.
- 15 July - FaithAction Coffee House: Places of Worship
Join us for a weekly hour-long online chat. This week, we’ll be looking at returning to places of worship.
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