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Managing health and increasing well-being

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Community Development Health Network

Subject Keywords: Health management programme
Set: Cardiovascular Health (Draft)
Health Inequalities
Chronic Conditions
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)
Hypertension
Stroke
Conditions
Catalogue: Interventions
Type: Project
Region: Northern Ireland
Description:

The Building the Community-Pharmacy Partnership has worked to improve local health outcomes by encouraging members of the community to develop skills relating to managing their own health, and providing accessible information on the availability of services of which they can avail of. The aim is to facilitate local people to gain knowledge on various health issues through books, videos, leaflets and enable the most vulnerable and in need to access additional support through the pharmacy to complementary therapy. Outcome: A room in the pharmacy has been renovated and offers access to other support services. Funding has allowed the pharmacist to equip the room with videos, leaflets, books etc. There has been an increase in partnership working between the community group, pharmacist and more contact has been made with primary care. Further funding has allowed for the development of a subsidised support referral service for counselling and complementary therapies. As well as this, the pharmacist has worked with local groups to provide information sessions on lifestyle and on health issues identified by the local groups

Date:

01/01/2001

Rights: © Public
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Community Development Health Network. (2001) Managing health and increasing well-being [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/4413 [Accessed: 26th February 2017].

  

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Community Development and Health Network
 
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