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Resources and news about the latest Connect Health people stories, patient and commissioner case studies, evidence, research and company news.

News

Clinical Connect news Rheumatology

Esteemed rheumatology leader joins Connect Health to champion urgent gulf in community care for the condition

23 May 2022

Professor Bhaskar Dasgupta brings over 40 years of clinical and academic experience to Lead Consultant role

Connect Health Change

Spice of life: The variety of MDT is the route to excellence, say MSK experts – and the time for action is now

13 May 2022

Bold thinking and standardised assessment can drive services forward, finds latest webinar   ‘Quality assuring the multidisciplinary MSK workforce’ was the subject of Connect Health‘s latest Change webinar on Wednesday 4th May, focusing on the potential of multidisciplinary working, and

Clinical Well-being

Connect Health assists the CSP in their Stronger My Way campaign

2 May 2022

Connect Health assists the Stronger My Way campaign by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) which is built on insight from professionals and people living with long term conditions.

Clinical IAPT Mental Health NHS NHS Services

Connect Health chosen to partner with Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust in delivering Mental Health IAPT services to East Riding community

1 April 2022

Connect Health has been successfully awarded a new IAPT contract with Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust.

NHS Services Rheumatology

Allied Health Professional lands new National Rheumatology lead role at Connect Health

29 March 2022

Connect Health announces the appointment of Michael Dare as Head of Rheumatology, who commenced on 1 March 2022.

Connect Health Change

‘Equity not equality’ – health disparities that ‘start at conception and are magnified’ must be addressed fairly, or gaps will widen

24 March 2022

Webinar discusses ‘avoidable’ inequality in opportunities and support that has significant health outcomes   ‘Unjust’ health inequalities can result in up to 50% more cases of chronic pain conditions in some areas of England – this was just one of