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Health Is An Investment, Not A Cost
Christine Hancock – C3

Illnesses, particularly chronic non-communicable diseases, are crippling individuals, the National Health Service, and the economy. The good news? We already know what works to reduce this burden of illness and disease.

In Health is an investment not a cost, founder and director of C3 Collaborating for Health, Christine Hancock, outlines the substantial evidence available indicating the benefits of health and prevention. Examples from C3’s global work, including with businesses, workplaces, communities, and health professionals, illustrate ways we can make it easier for people to live healthier lives by focusing on just three risk factors.


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Health and well-being in the workplace
Robert West & Debbie Dunkley – Baker & McKenzie

What are the legal obligations underpinning health and wellbeing? How do they affect employers, individuals and the community? Translating legal requirements into an effective workplace strategy


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Mind the Gap
Christian Van Stolk – Vice President, RAND Europe

Mind the Gap, reveals the impact on the modern workplace of lost productivity caused by staff health and wellbeing issues, resulting in an annual cost to the UK economy of nearly £64 billion. Chris will share findings that suggest such factors as common mental health problems, lack of sleep, financial concerns and bullying contribute to losses in workplace productivity.


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One You
Anna Skeats – Mytime Active

How do Mytime deliver this masterminded contract nationally, what are the challenges and the impact of delivering this type of contract.


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Supporting carers in the workplace
Raman Sankaran – Simply Health

Currently in the UK, three million people combine caring for a loved one with paid work.

The true scale of this can be hard to recognise at work. A study showed that 7% have felt isolated due to their caring responsibilities, 34% admitted to using their annual leave to care, and 21% had been forced to use sick leave.

In 2017, Simplyhealth will launch Care for Life. It is designed to support not only employees who are active carers but also those who may one day be a carer. It helps plan for the future and minimise the negative impact that caring may have on their health, wellbeing, and work readiness.


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Making Health Everybody’s Business
TREVOR GASSON – WELLBEING PEOPLE & CAROLINE MCBRIDE – GOLDING HOMES

This innovative proof of concept project seeks to use a new approach to tackling obesity. Commissioned by Kent County Council, for whom reducing incidents of obesity is a major public health objective, the project is being undertaken in the Maidstone Borough by Wellbeing People with support from a number of partners including Golding Homes.

The project will build on the success of the Health MOT Roadshow, a project previously commissioned by KCC to increase take up of the NHS Health Checks, especially in hard to reach groups – an aspect in which Golding Homes’ local knowledge and experience is vital.

Most importantly, in the current financial climate, Wellbeing People will bring a number of funding partners into the project thus enabling KCC to reduce expenditure without any loss of service delivery.


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