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HOPE (Help to Overcome Problems Effectively) self-management programme cocreated with people
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HOPE4TheCommunity Sep 19
Thank you to Dr Faith Martin for delivering great talk on of long term conditions at in Jakarta. Spreading internationally and making great links
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Faith Martin Sep 19
Thanks for putting this in motion - a real pleasure and great to talk about the
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Centre for Advances in Behavioural Science Sep 19
"Research confirms what the world’s elite sports stars already know – that being kinder to yourself, and to others, and being grateful, is good for your mental health". What are you grateful for today?
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HOPE4TheCommunity Sep 18
Thank you Faith for spreading and work in . Good luck and many thanks
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Beth Smout Sep 11
"Speaking about your mental health is not weakness, it's a sign of trying to achieve your full potential. It's the bravest thing you can do." Amazing, refreshing conversation about mental health with at
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HOPE Programme Sep 13
The importance of social support - a key aspect in the HOPE Programme
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Gabriela Matouskova Aug 31
The award winning run by makes headlines in the latest article on benefits of in
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Clair Dempsey Sep 6
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HOPE Programme Sep 9
talking about why the HOPE Programme has been successful so far and top tips from those that attend, organise & refer about how to improve it further. The talk was at the Division of Health Psychology conference in Newcastle
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Kathy Vogt Sep 6
talking about the programme intervention for cancer survivors - such important work!
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Clair Dempsey Sep 6
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Dr. Sally Pezaro Aug 31
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PRISMS Sep 6
presenting the use of the PRISMS Taxonomy of Self-management Support to taxonomise the components in the at . Here's the link to the paper (pdf link at the bottom of the page).
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Dr Ainslea Cross Sep 6
Barriers and successes of the the opportunity to meet new friends for life has been so important for some
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Clair Dempsey Sep 6
Facilitators who shared experience of living with cancer made attending an even more meaningful journey for attendees
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Clair Dempsey Sep 6
People would really like to see consultants hand out packs that would also contain info on . Also opt out instead of opt in. Patients testimonals made a difference in encouraging others to attend.
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Dr Ainslea Cross Sep 6
. introducing for people living beyond cancer
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Dr Naomi Bartle Sep 6
telling us about implementation of the
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Dr Gemma Pearce Sep 6
is starting to come out as a key theme in this morning's presentations. Leads in nicely to my presentation on the at 10.20 😀
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