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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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Broadly Active prepares for major expansion

Broadly Active, Broadland District Council’s Exercise on Referral (EOR) programme, is expanding its service across three districts.

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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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YMCA on Fylde Coast

Based in the North West of England, the YMCA on Fylde Coast not only has its own fitness centres but also works in partnership with Wyre and Fylde..

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Places Leisure completes estate-wide roll out with ReferAll to drive health-focused programming

Places Leisure has extended its partnership with ReferAll to cover its entire nationwide estate of community-based health programmes.

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Introducing the National Activity Therapy Service

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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Behaviour Change and how to make a difference (Elevate 2018)

Following on from Rach’s recent Elevate 2018 blog I was similarly impressed with the session on Behaviour Change and the presentations led by Hannah..

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