A friend of the Centre and Former research director, Catherine-Rose Stocks-Rankin, was recently engaged in an instructive discussion with the World Health Organisation’s Centre for Primary Healthcare. In the monthly online talk show entitled ‘Let’s Talk Primary Care’, Catherine-Rose shared insights about Bromley by Bow Centre’s community-led approach and her work in the development of our Outcomes Framework This was part of our Unleashing Healthy Communities project which was supported by The Health Foundation and The Wellcome Trust.
The importance of engaging local Bromley by Bow residents in shaping their own healthcare experience was highlighted and how the Centre creates an inclusive and holistic approach to health care. This addresses, not only physical health but, social, emotional, and economic factors.
The resulting Outcomes Framework, detailed here, allows us to gather information and evidence from our community work, together with that of the Bromley by Bow Health Partnership. It helps us to understand the effectiveness of our activities on people’s lives, to meet local needs and continuously improve our programs and services.
The podcast is on the World Health Organization’s website and YouTube for those interested in learning more about our work and how it supports individual wellbeing as well the advance of healthcare practices on a global scale.
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New summer programme with Chickenshed
Chickenshed Theatre will be running another exciting summer arts programme at Bromley by Bow Centre from June 27th – June 30 1.30-4pm.