The NHS is a unique health care system placed above the Royal Family and the BBC as a source of national pride. But how much do you know about the history of the NHS and how it all works and fits together? What will it look like in the future?
All Health and Wellbeing
Children England is leading an inquiry into what the welfare state would look like if it recognised and supported all children's need for home, safety, love, health and purpose (a paraphrasing of Maslow's five needs).
The NHS England Personalised Care Group is inviting applications from people with lived experience of personalised approaches to health and social care to participate in the Autumn Peer Leadership Academy 2018.
Has your voluntary, community or social enterprise group done some amazing patient, service-user or carer involvement work that’s improved healthcare services?
If so NHS England want you to tell them about it. In fact, they want to support you to tell everyone about it.
Funding of up to £10,000 is now available for communities in the Granada region for projects that promote a heart healthy lifestyle.
Nominate your Local Sporting Hero, Club, Athlete or School. The community sports scene is thriving. The awards are to:
• Recognise the hard work of clubs, coaches, volunteers and officials who support the ongoing development of sport in Manchester
• Highlight the achievements of the talented athletes who live in and represent the city
Manchester Carers Network, a group of 21 voluntary organisations who provide information, advice and support to carers, is working with LGBT Foundation, who deliver support and information services to lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) communities, with an aim of understanding the views of LGBT carers and learning how they can help improve access to services, support and information that is relevant and beneficial to them as a carer.
Are you a Manchester voluntary sector organisation?
Would you like to share a story of your activity as part of the 2018 Spirit of Manchester Story Week in September?
GSK’s IMPACT Awards reward charities that are doing excellent work to improve people’s health. Organisations must be at least three years old, working in a health-related field in the UK, with income between £80,000 and £2.5 million. Up to 20 awards will be made ranging from £3,000 to £40,000 plus free training valued at up to £6,000. Organisations will also have a film made, receive help with press and publicity and be given a set of promotional materials.