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Category Archives: Kensington & Chelsea

The Chariot Register

The Chariot Register has been organised by the School of Public Health at Imperial College London. It is a list of healthy individuals who would like to be contacted about research studies into the prevention of dementia. Their research aims to better understand dementia; the risks of developing the disease and what factors might protect against it. This will allow Imperial to develop methods for early prediction or prevention.

To join the Chariot register you must be 50 – 85 years old and have no diagnosis of dementia or memory problems.

For more information please call 020 7594 8886

Information and Advice Following the Grenfell Tower Fire

If you have been affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, you can find information and advice below. To read our statement following the tragedy at Grenfell Tower, please go here: Healthwatch Central West London Statement Mind Kensington & Chelsea Mind Kensington & Chelsea has put together information on where to find emotional support for those… Continue Reading

Diabetes Workshops for North West London

The number of patients with diabetes is increasing nationally and locally. Currently, almost 130,000 North West London residents have diabetes – that’s over 6% of the population. With this in mind, Hammersmith & Fulham Clinical Commissioning Group is leading a programme of work to improve diabetes and pre-diabetes care across North West London. They are… Continue Reading

Choosing Wisely: Changes to Prescriptions

Your local NHS is consulting on some proposed changes to prescriptions in Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon, Houslow, Kensington & Chelsea, and Wesminster. They want to hear your views, and you have until the 30th June to let them know! What are the proposals? GPs will ask patients if they are willing to… Continue Reading

CQC seeks views on next phase of regulation

The Care Quality Commission is consulting on a further set of proposals, which will help shape the next phase of regulation for health and social care across the country. ‘Everyone has the right to experience safe, qualified and compassionate care. We are seeking views on how CQC’s regulation will play it’s part in achieving this.’… Continue Reading

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