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SOCIAL MEDIA REACH
The Covid-19 pandemic has served up an unprecedented challenge to health and care services across the globe. The intense pressure on the National Health Service and the accelerated changes to policy, systems, organisations, and of course the mental health and well-being of the general public has forced us to consider how our health system can be future-proofed to minimise the impact of similar events.
Over the past 12 months, there has been an acknowledgment that the pandemic poses a heightened risk to those who have poor mental and physical health, the elderly, and those who live with a diagnosed long-term condition.
The health of our nation is complex. The determinants of health are ranging - most are social, not medical. This must be addressed at different levels - systems, society, communities, and in our very own households.
This webinar will discuss and build on new and existing agendas. How do the leading organisations plan to provide better access to support and joined-up services, whilst working with people who live the experience, after all, they are the experts and should be central to how services are designed and delivered.
Join us, join in and let's make the difference.
Opening Address - Welcome to the Webinar
Yvonne Harrison, Managing Director, Stryve
Inactivity, health and the role of national policy & programmes.
Jamie Blackshaw, RNutr (Public Health) BSc (hons) MMEDSCI DIC MSc National Lead: Physical Activity and Healthy Weight Diet, Obesity and Physical Activity Division Health Improvement, Public Health England
Our problem - People with health conditions are twice as likely to be inactive – what does the insight tell us about why this is happening.
Our response - Our charity collaboration and what we’re doing to address the issue including the We Are Undefeatable campaign.
Our learning – What we’ve found out so far and how others can benefit.
Supporting People Living with Dementia to be Physically Active
Jenna Peel, Policy Manager -Physical Activity, Alzheimer's Society
What is dementia?
How can being active help?
How active are people living with dementia and what might stop or help them?
What is the Alzheimer’s Society doing to support people living with dementia to be active?
Moving Medicine - evidence-based resource to support physical activity conversations in clinical conditions.
Catherine Lester, Sport and Exercise Medicine Consultant , Moving Medicine
Knowledge into action framework.
Barriers to healthcare conversations.
COM-B framework for conversations.
Modules available and what they offer.
Movement and MSK – why the health of bones joints and muscles matters
Sue Brown, CEO, ARMA
The state of musculoskeletal health - why it matters to individuals, the economy and the NHS.
Why activity matters to MSK health.
Why MSK health matters to activity.