Health Information Week
We would like to draw your attention to good quality health information, for example NHS Choices website. Here is a good guide about how to make the best use of the website:
Please explore our catalogue and find out more information resources.
The NHS Choices website provides a new service that helps people to make the most of their health and get the best out of the NHS. Contents includes sections on: Live Well; Health A-Z; Choose services - find local hospitals, doctors, pharmacies, opticians, dentists, walk-in centres.
The site provides support and information to heart patients and their families, funds research into the causes, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease, promotes training in emergency life support skills for the public and health professionals, educates the public and health professionals about heart disease, its prevention and treatment etc.
The Cancer Research Campaign’’s main objectives are to 'attack and defeat the disease of cancer in all its forms, to investigate its causes, distribution, pathology and treatments and to promote its cure'. This website provides information about the organisation, science and grants, press information, and general information about cancer.
Arthritis Research UK is a charity devoted to raising awareness in order to prevent the onset of arthritis and supporting researches in developing cures for arthritis. This website contains information about the common causes of pain in different parts of the body, how they're diagnosed and the importance of self-help measures.
Information on contraception and sexual health. Includes the fpa/CES Clinic Database of family planning and sexual health clinics in the UK. Professionals can also keep up-to-date with regular news items, details of fpa training courses, press releases and campaigns information.
Please register with HPAC-Cambridgeshire for an easy way of ordering resources and sign up to our email bulletins to keep up to date with our information.
For more information on how to use HPAC and any query about our stock, please contact us by email HPResources@cambridgeshire.gov.uk.
Monday 10:30am until 4:00pm
Tuesday 10:30am until 4:00pm
Wednesday 10:30am until 12:30pm
Thursday 10:30am until 4:00pm
Friday 10:30am until 4:00pm
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