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Dr William Bird’s blog explaining the principles of “Proportionate Universalism”

  The Beat the Street game has been played by more than 1.2m people since I created it in 2012 and key to its popularity and success with funders is that it actively addresses health inequalities at scale. In England the programme has been supported by £3.3m of National Lottery funding from Sport England, and … Continue reading Dr William Bird’s blog explaining the principles of “Proportionate Universalism”

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Intelligent Health is recruiting for an engagement support officer (FT, permanent)

  This role sits within Intelligent Health’s Beat the Street project team.  Beat the Street is a behaviour change programme delivered in towns and cities across the UK and Europe.  Our inclusive fun programme is proven to increase physical activity in people of all ages.  We connect participants to the place that they live and … Continue reading Intelligent Health is recruiting for an engagement support officer (FT, permanent)

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We’re recruiting for a Mapping Coordinator

  Job Title:              Project Support –  Mapping Coordinator (for behaviour change programme     (full-time contract  – 37.5 hours per week ) We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated person with a keen interest in walking and cycling in the great outdoors and a passion for health. This role sits within Intelligent Health’s famous Beat the Street project … Continue reading We’re recruiting for a Mapping Coordinator

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