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Health Exchange launched a new website
www.healthexchange.org.uk

  Health Exchange is organisation that empowers people to make their own choices about their lifestyle to help achieve better health and wellbeing. Their approach to healthy living helps people identify the  changes to their lifestyle which they decide they want  to make and then supports them in making those changes as part of their  daily lives. Their mission is twofold:

  • To enable everyone to have the capability and confidence to exercise a choice for positive health and wellbeing
  • To shape the design and development of health and wellbeing services

To find out more about Health Exchange and how the services they provide can help with your patient population please visit www.healthexchange.org.uk  The new website has been revamped to provide case studies, blogs, toolkits and aids to help your patients to take control of their own  health.  Visit the website where you will find various different outlets where you or your patients can get involved.  



 
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