SPECIAL REPORT - Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic views on the COVID-19 vaccine in Camden
In February, we worked with three local community organisations to survey 223 people about their views on the COVID-19 vaccine and the local rollout. Nearly all responders (97%) were from Black, Asian, or minority ethnic backgrounds. We learned that the more knowledge someone felt they had about the vaccine, the greater the likelihood of them wanting to be vaccinated. Read our report.
Healthwatch Camden seeks new Director
We are looking for a Director who will work with the Trustee Board to develop a new long-term strategy that navigates the organisation through the next stages of the pandemic, the new Health and Social Care legislation and beyond. Find more information here.
Spotting Cancer early saves lives
Early diagnosis of cancer can lead to treatment that can save lives. Cancer that’s diagnosed at an early stage, before it’s had the chance to spread is more likely to be treated successfully. If cancer has spread, treatment becomes more difficult, and generally, a person’s chances of surviving are much lower. Find out more.
ONLINE EVENT - Ask About the COVID-19 Vaccine!
The online event, 'Ask about the COVID-19 Vaccine', was a huge success as around 150 Camden residents attended the free session where they were able to ask questions from the local experts on the COVID-19 vaccine. Find the full recording and transcript of the event here.
ONLINE EVENT - In Conversation with Professor Sir Michael Marmot
On 11 May, we hosted Sir Michael. He spoke on the topic of ‘Building back fairer’ and shared ideas on how we move forward in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch the complete recording of the event here.
Dental Services in Camden
How do dental practices work? Who is responsible for their funding? Dr Michael Weider, Principal Dentist of the Maldent Dental Practice and Implant Centre, in this short informative blog, dispels some of the myths about the NHS dental services.
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