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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...
Engaging the community through a health column in the local press under the direction of the Southern HSSB. Outcome: This ongoing project is working towards promoting health care in the wider community and enabling the general public to better understand the range of services offered by community...
To address diet and lifestyle issues and improve the health of the over 50s in Gilford. Outcome: Health related issues for example heart disease, osteoporosis and diabetes were raised and members became more aware of their health, lifestyle and specifically diet through individual consultations...
To improve the pharmaceutical care in the community for older people and their carers working towards giving carers support and raising their awareness of the support which is on offer to them.
To date this project has underwent phase 1 and is undergoing the implementation of phase 2. The first phase aimed to make students aware of issues surrounding STIs and their health implications. In phase two, the project aims at determining the most appropriate means of disseminating information...
This project aims at raising people's awareness on health related issues through giving talks to for example Age Concern, Church Associations etc.
The main aim for the 'Everyone for Health' project is to provide information in a community setting on issues identified by local people.
This project has worked towards promoting positive mental health by integrating pharmacy services with other local support structures already in existence to support those experiencing mental health issues.
Subject: Health promotion
To promote the health and well-being amongst families in the rural and isolated community of Belcoo by focusing on the children, their health and the positive message they can bring to their families.
AMH, founded in 1963, one of the largest regional voluntary sector organization in NI, has provided a range of services for people with mental health difficulties and learning disabilities. AMH Ards offers a range of person centred activities eg training in IT, administration, catering,...

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