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Bristol Health Partners Director Peter Mathieson reflects on his six years at the helm, as he prepares to leave Bristol for pastures new at the University of Hong Kong.

Bristol City Council's new Health & Wellbeing Board, which joins up commissioning and services across the NHS, social care, public health and voluntary sector, has published its strategy for Bristol.

Improving Care in Self-Harm HIT Director Salena Williams appeared on Radio 4's Woman's Hour on 29 November, talking about her work on improving the experience of self-harm patients in A&E.

The Avon Primary Care Research Collaborative (APCRC) seminar on Bristol Health Partners and our Health Integration Teams (HITs) on 19 November proved very popular, with more people than were registered turning up on the day.

The Dementia HIT's Peter Brindle and the Bristol Clinical Commissioning Group were shortlisted for the 2013 Health Service Journal Awards.

Construction is well under way on the second phase of the learning and research building at Southmead Hospital. The new extension will be about half the size again of the existing building, and will continue its architectural themes, including the colour...

Two Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust teams have had their work on dementia published in national health journals. Members of the Bristol Care Home Liaison Team have written an article titled ‘Promoting positive practice in mental he...

The Dementia Health Integration Team is running an attitudes to dementia survey throughout October. The online questionnaire is open to everyone.

The Supporting Healthy Inclusive Neighbourhood Environments Health Integration Team (SHINE HIT) launched on Thursday 26 September. Chairing the event, Angela Raffle explained: “We want to make Bristol a place where it’s easy to stay healthy.”...

University of Edinburgh Professor of Landscape Architecture Catharine Ward-Thompson will give the keynote speech at our Healthy Environments HIT on Thursday 26 September.

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