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Theatre for social change

From Ideas Hub: “Over the last few months we’ve been enjoying taking part in work around co-production; thinking about the ‘art of co-production’ and looking for examples of co-production in action. We’ve been thinking about how innovative projects bring people together and reshape how we think about wellbeing in community settings. Since the times of the ancient Greeks, theatre was a common way for people to gather, to learn about social issues, and even inspire […]

Asset model approach

A glass half-full: how an asset approach can improve community health and well-being Explains the asset-based approach and describes how this can help tackle health inequalities. Read this for advice on asset-mapping as well as other techniques to support an asset-based approach – such as appreciative inquiry, participatory appraisal and open space technology. It is very strong on practical examples and case studies. https://www.local.gov.uk/asset-approach-community-wellbeing-glass-half-full   We are collating the information for this section – coming […]

Wellbeing Our Way

It’s a busy time for pharmacies. Many of us are turning to pharmacies for something to fight off seasonal sniffles, or to help with New Year’s resolutions, like losing weight or quitting smoking. But it’s also an interesting time for the community pharmacy landscape in general, with debates currently underway about the future role of pharmacies and how they link to other health services. “It’s more important than ever that pharmacy users are heard and involved along […]

Storytelling and narratives

The storytelling equation The storytelling equation: DATA + STORY = KNOWLEDGE. “The facts are useful but not enough. The story is entertaining but not enough. Combine the two and you facilitate the transfer of knowledge between generations, workgroups and cultures.” http://www.arielgroup.com/blog/the-storytelling-equation/   Check out the method/tool factsheet within this report: A glass half-full: how an asset approach can improve community health and well-being https://www.local.gov.uk/asset-approach-community-wellbeing-glass-half-full