The above centre also has more flexibility such as evening clinics etc. so it may work better for you.
New fundraising campaign to keep children warm this winter
The new #NoChildCold partnership campaign is to make sure children living in the Bradford district don’t go cold this winter.
During lockdown, thousands of children are at home who would normally be at school and this has had an impact on heating costs for their parents. Lots of families in the Bradford district are struggling to pay the bills to heat their homes while their children are learning. It is estimated that approximately 21,000 children living in the district are affected by fuel poverty.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect the way patients access primary care, GP practices may need different ways to share important messages about cancer prevention and early diagnosis.
We have updated our range of evidence-based animations which are designed to be shown on waiting room screens. They can also be used on your practice websites or shared via your social media channels.
Our ‘Cut your cancer risk’animations can help your patients make simple, healthy changes which could reduce their risk of developing cancer, while the ‘Spot cancer early’ animations aim to increase people’s awareness of the signs and symptoms of cancer, encouraging early presentation.
Created by experts, they are easy to download and are completely free of charge. Cancer Research UK’s full range of leaflets, including resources for health professionals, can be found on our publications website.
Order online now, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3469 8333 (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm).
Bowel cancer screening involves having tests to check if you have or are at risk of bowel cancer.
Bowel cancer is a common type of cancer in both men and women. About 1 in 20 people will get it during their lifetime.
Screening can help detect bowel cancer at an early stage, when it’s easier to treat. It can also be used to help check for and remove small growths in the bowel called polyps, which can turn into cancer over time.
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