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Keep Calm and Refer On

Our hub, which holds all our customers’ data securely, is the beating heart of our business. Why? Because it truly addresses one of the biggest..

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London Borough of Wandsworth Q&A

At ReferAll, we’re always keen to find out more about our customers.  Matt Robinson, Healthy Living Project Officer at Wandsworth Council, has been..

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The diabetes dilemma

Any investment in disease prevention is a good investment. That goes without saying, which is why I was so thrilled to read about the planned expansion..

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Locally specific, nationally relevant

National requirements can be tricky for Exercise on Referral (EoR) schemes. On the one hand they keep programmes relevant to the wider population in..

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The crux of criteria

Without funding it is difficult (not impossible) to run Exercise on Referral (EoR) schemes and without results we won't get funding. Data, is..

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ReferAll in Numbers

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Need tos' need our support

The recent 10-year NHS Long-Term Plan highlighted some interesting insights, including a keen focus on preventative healthcare and encouraging people..

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Winning by 'swinging-by'

Client Support Officer, Lesley Angus, joined ReferAll in August from a large medical practice, where she had been the onsite support and liaison for..

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How do we fill the Moving Medicine gap?

Take a look at your news feed and it's clear to see the rapid increase of sedentary lifestyle is a major concern. According to the British Heart..

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How a National Activity Therapy Service could resolve the social care crisis

During Elevate 2018 we were treated to a packed conference schedule. Rach and Sal have written their reviews of seminar sessions and here is mine.

It..

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