By Anoo Bhalay, 2023
Health and wellbeing
About this theme
By Michelle Cutland, 2023
It is hard to imagine how two old table tennis tables and a couple of bats could be the start of a highly successful and truly inclusive, multicultural sports club for an entire community. But from these humble origins, what began as a small venture for a Sussex University student, who wanted to bring ‘ping pong’ to the youth of Brighton, has turned into a thriving organisation.
7 February 2024
By Clare Gardiner, 2020
Since 2015, I have been Chief Executive Officer of Recovery Connections, a Lived Experience Recovery Organisation in the North East of England. Through this work I see the impact of addiction, and the related stigma on the lives of individuals who look for support, plus their families and wider communities.
By Dorothy Smith, 2024
My Churchill Fellowship gave me not only a new perspective on how mindfulness-based approaches could help treat PTSD, but also how lucid dreaming could be used in this way too.
By Charlie Morley, 2024
Senior occupational therapist at the Royal Marsden Hospital Tamsin Longley (CF 2018) spoke at the Head and Neck Cancer Conference, hosted by The Swallows in Torquay. Her talk was entitled 'Look Beyond Head and Neck Cancer' and focused on new perspective and insights in managing this type of cancer.
By Tamsin Longley, 2023
By Sarah Haden-Godwin, 2020
We all wish to live a life in good health, free from illness and suffering. As a nurse and a yoga teacher, this has been made abundantly clear to me over the years whether working in a prison in Glasgow, or in a clinic in Bhopal, India.
By Lorraine Close, 2023
Tony Wright (CF 2011), Founder and CEO of Forward Assist has reported that The Company of Communicators’ 2023 Clarity in Charity in Communications Award has been won by Forward Assist for its campaigns raising the profile of women veterans’ and their struggle against sexual harassment and bullying in the military.
By Tony Wright, 2023