• 11th April 2022

    The aim of this elearning programme, dedicated to long COVID and post-COVID syndrome, is broadening the health and care workforce's understanding of long COVID. The resource was developed for those working with patients presenting with long COVID, outside of a Specialist Post-COVID Assessment and Treatment Service.

  • 7th April 2022

    Last week (Monday 28 March to Sunday 3 April) marked Autism Acceptance Week which aims to help create a society that is inclusive of autistic people, promote acceptance of autism and help improve the lives of autistic people. Click to read more.

  • 18th March 2022

    The COVID-19 pandemic has magnified the importance of health and wellness, and it is imperative that people with Long Covid consume the proper nutrition and understand how to maximise the benefits of eating well. Although, there is no specific dietary advice or supplements that can cure Long Covid, this article explores how a balanced diet is essential for the body to receive the nutrients and energy it needs and help to ease symptoms. Read more.

  • 17th March 2022

    As part of Nutrition and Hydration Week celebrations, we caught up with Helen Davies, a Specialist Dietician in Brent told us of a patient who was motivated to reduce weight and lead a healthy life after learning she was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Read on to find out more.

  • 16th March 2022

    In this blog, Elizabeth Hale, Director of Improvement and Executive Sponsor of our Race Equality Network (REN), outlines what action CLCH is taking to address ethnic inequalities through digital inclusion and access to services. Read more here.