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Lost to the System #2 - Exploring the reasons why people leave a service

In our previous post we examined the reasons why people decided to decline the offer of a public health intervention.

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Lost to the System #1 - Exploring the reasons for non-participation

Let's start by looking at people that have declined the offer to participate in a public health intervention namely, weight management, exercise..

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Kingston on a mission to raise awareness of physical activity for health improvement

The Public Health Team at the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames has a mission to raise awareness of physical activity for health improvement. The..

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#3 Completion rate - a deeper understanding

This is the third post in our three part series that helps to unpack referral, uptake and completion rates. Completion rate is fundamental to your..

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#2 Uptake rate - a deeper understanding

This is the second post in our three part series that helps to unpack referral, uptake and completion rates. The uptake rate is a useful metric and is..

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#1 Referral rate - a deeper understanding

Following on from our last blog post which looks at the metrics that make up a good service, in this blog post we delve deeper into referral rates...

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ReferAll helps London borough to ‘sell’ underused lifestyle services

The Healthy Lifestyles Team at Barking and Dagenham Council has embraced a specialist public health software solution to help ‘sell’ its programmes to..

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Our Scheme Admins are the best!

We have analysed over 123,000 referrals from our 161 services. Services are all public health focused but broad in their delivery aims. Services are..

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Camden integrated exercise referral and weight management service

On 1st April 2016 the public health functions of the boroughs of Camden and Islington were integrated, bringing both Council’s services under one..

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ukactive to lead research into exercise referrals

A bold new project is being undertaken by the ukactive Research Institute to establish the extent to which exercise referrals can change behaviour and..

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