Abingdon & Witney College has reaffirmed their commitment to staff and students by signing up to a brand new national mental health and wellbeing charter – created by the Association of Colleges in conjunction with mental health experts.
Oxfordshire Community Foundation’s Healthy Hearts grants aim to improve cardiovascular health by funding charitable organisations that are promoting positive behaviour, such as increased physical activity and reduced smoking.
A drive to help small businesses make the most of their research collaborations has been launched by OxLEP, Oxfordshire’s local enterprise partnership and TheHill, the innovation centre at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
NHS Employ-Ability is a Harlow based charity that are trying to swing the balance of power to good during the pandemic. This is our story of how we have worked with local employers to help people living with mental health illness to get into and retain work in Essex and beyond.
Owen Mumford, a global leader in the design, manufacture and advancement of medical devices, today announced that work has started on the build of a brand-new, state-of-the-art production facility in Witney, Oxfordshire, UK.
Owen Mumford, a global leader in the design, manufacture and advancement of medical devices, has announced its emissions reduction targets through the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). The company has set a target to achieve net zero by 2045 (to mirror the UK NHS target) in alignment with the recommendations of the 2015 Paris Agreement.
The global healthcare system is a large contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, representing 4.4% of the total worldwide footprint.¹ Supply chains occupy a significant share of this contribution. In the UK, for instance, 62% of the National Health Service’s emissions footprint came from the supply chain in 2019.²
Oxfordshire county councillors are to scrutinise services that radically improve safeguarding outcomes for children and their families, and that are also designed to reduce demands and costs for the council, at the People Overview and Scrutiny Committee at County Hall on Thursday 11 November.
The desire to travel after the pandemic and Brexit could see the South East’s small businesses face a major workforce shortage as employees rush to leave the country for permanent overseas residence, as revealed today by people management platform Employment Hero.
Following former Rugby World Cup winner Steve Thompson’s diagnosis of early-onset dementia at 42 and probable chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and a number of NFL and rugby league players facing a similar prognosis, a new research study explores the experiences of family members of former athletes with CTE.