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This half day course is aimed at people working in a variety of settings and will provide information and greater understanding about anxiety and depression, including how these link to loneliness and isolation for people. The course will incorporate a number of evidence-based strategies and raise delegates' awareness about services that can help promote wellbeing. The standard charge for this course is £40. Please refer to our Course Charges on the Home page for information on discounts and exemptions.Essential Information
Joanne Bocko, who is the Cyber Protect Officer in Avon and Somerset Police, is going to come and deliver a presentation that will give an outline about apps, the risks, highlighting online offences and how they’re committed and providing advice and signposts to further support.Essential Information
This is a lunchtime talk from Dr Campbell Murdoch on preventing and treating poor metabolic health (diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity) through a healthy diet.
Dr Murdoch is a GP, Chief Medical Officer for Diabetes.co.uk, part of the Sustainable Improvement Team for NHS England and Physical Activity Clinical Champion for Public Health England
There will be a presentation there an opportunity for discussion and questions.
For more information see Dr Murdoch’s video here https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=dr+campell+murdock+u+tube&view=detail&mid=94D14E61DF3B34B1263B94D14E61DF3B34B1263B&FORM=VIRE
Metabolic syndrome is the medical term for a combination of diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity.
It puts you at greater risk of getting coronary heart disease, stroke and other conditions that affect the blood vessels.
On their own, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity can damage your blood vessels, but having all three together is particularly dangerous.
They're very common conditions that are all linked, which explains why metabolic syndrome affects an estimated one in four adults in the UK.
NHS Health Check practitioners – This is part of the NHS Health Check annual update day so there is no need to book twice. Your place on this talk has already been secured.