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Obesity no more - David Hall

Presentation for 2011 South East School Food in a Changing World Seminar

Published by: DH 04.03.2011
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Food in Schools Dietitian - Jo Hulks

Presentation for 2011 South East School Food in a Changing World Seminar

Published by: DH 04.03.2011
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School Food, The Challenges Ahead - Linda Smith

Presentation for 2011 South East School Food in a Changing World Seminar

Published by: DH 04.03.2011
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Increasing School Meal Uptake in Portsmouth - Mavis Ames

Presentation for 2011 South East School Food in a Changing World Seminar

Published by: DH 04.03.2011
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End of project report 2011 - Healthy Eating

This is the form you need to fill out if you are working on the healthy eating strand, and your project is finishing this year.

Published by: chances4change 28.02.2011
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Outdoor Play Week - Big Leaf

Outdoor Play Week 5-12 March

Published by: DH 09.02.2011
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South East Food & Nutrition Bulletin

January 2011

Published by: DH 09.02.2011

 

Social Enterprise: Leading the way in Health & Social Care 2011

An interactive FREE one-day event for health and social care professionals and social enterprises in the South East.

Published by: chances4change 04.02.2011

 

The new Public Health Service - SEPACT Presentation January 2011

Presentation made by Pam Naylor of Department of Health South East at the SEPACT meeting in January 2011 about the emerging roles and structures for Public Health England.

Published by: SEPACT 03.02.2011
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Applying Behavioural Insight to Health

This paper shows that, by understanding how people react and behave in different situations, we can design policy to go with the grain of how people behave rather than against it, both improving outcomes and respecting peoples autonomy.

Published by: Cabinet Office 17.01.2011

 

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