Beat the Street featured on BBC’s Back in Time for School
Intelligent Health’s successful walking and cycling initiative, Beat the Street, has been featured as a pioneering method of encouraging schoolchildren to stay active on BBC’s Back in Time for School programme.
Beat the Street and Sport England partnership sees success as over 61,000 people in the South West are helped to get active
A new national programme that aims to encourage over 655,000 adults and children across England to become active has been hailed early success with substantial changes in behaviour in Swindon, Torbay, Weymouth & Portland and Poole, the first communities that have participated.
Scottish launch for Beat the Street in 2019
Thousands of people are set to get moving in Scotland as the first Beat the Street programmes of 2019 begin later this week.
Why your doctor could soon be prescribing you dance classes – Dr William Bird
“Imagine if next time you visited your doctor, instead of them prescribing you any medicine, they instructed you to join a local gardening group or take up painting with a nearby arts and crafts club. While that may seem strange today, you may find your GP doing something very similar in the near future.”
Intelligent Health leads Social Prescription revolution
Intelligent Health is helping primary care providers and other organisations across the UK transform how health and social care is delivered through its pioneering social prescription services.
Intelligent Health’s Marketing Director appointed as Chair of Rounders England
Katherine Knight – Marketing Director for Intelligent Health – has been appointed as the Chair of rounders national governing body, Rounders England.
The NHS long-term plan needs collaboration to succeed
‘Shifting the focus of the NHS to prevention is vital but bringing partners along and taking a whole-system approach is needed for the health of the NHS, local partners and us as humans.’