Community Health Talk

Apr
19
2010

NHS Bowel Screening Programme

Category: Community Health Talk | Author: Shirley He

On 19th April 2010 ”NHS Bowel Screening Programme” health talk was given by Tara Davis and Sarah, Project Workers from Manchester Public Health Development Service. Interpreting service was provided by CHIC Shirley He. In total, 26 people attended.

NHS Bowel Screening Programme

Apr
8
2010

Stroke Awareness

Category: Community Health Talk | Author: Shirley He

On 8th April 2010, “Stroke Awareness” health talk was given in Cantonese by Shirley He, Nurse Operations Manager CHIC to a group of 25 people of Tung Sing Housing Association. The signs and symptoms of stroke was explained and the recognition of the signs of F.A.C.T. were stressed as well as the importance of calling 999 if stroke is suspected.

Stroke Awareness

Mar
29
2010

Cancer Awareness

Category: Community Health Talk | Author: Shirley He

On the 29th March 2010, a health talk was held in CHIC. Alice Chapman was invited to be the main speaker to promote cancer awareness. The information of the signs and symptoms, causes, risk factors, treatment and prevention of cancer were well explained in Cantonese. In total 31 people attended the talk.

 

Feb
3
2010

Looking after your Health through a Healthy Diet

Category: Community Health Talk | Author: Shirley He

“Looking after your Health through a Healthy Diet” workshop at the Wu kau Tang Overseas Chinese Association on 3rd February 2010. Trainers of this workshop were: Sue Curtis ( Senior Dietitian from Manchester Diabetes Centre), and Sahra Mohamed – Community Health Trainer from NHS Manchester. In total 20 people attended.

Looking after your Health through a Healthy Diet

Dec
1
2009

Hepatitis B & C Awareness

Category: Community Health Talk | Author: Shirley He

1st December 2009, Hepatitis B & C Awareness health talks were given in English by and Ms. Siobhan Fahey, Programme Manager of Greater Manchester NHS PCT. Cantonese interpretation was provided by Shirley He. The talks attracted 38 Chinese and among whom 25 came from the Wai Kwan Chinese Women Society of Bangor, North Wales.

Hepatitis B & C Awarenes


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