New paper in Games for Health Journal highlights impact of Beat the Street
Intelligent Health’s innovative walking and cycling game, Beat the Street, may be ‘a promising approach to increasing physical activity at a community-wide level’ according to a new paper published in the Games for Health Journal.
New video showcases success of Beat the Street in Dumfries
Beat the Street’s legacy of inspiring residents in Dumfries to get moving and stay active has been highlighted in a new video.
Intelligent Health announced as finalists in Thames Valley Venus Awards
The Venus Award are regional awards that aim to recognise and celebrate women in business. Katherine Knight – Marketing Director for Intelligent Health – has been shortlisted for Influential Woman of the Year, and Intelligent Health has been named as a finalist for Employer of the Year.
Intelligent Health gets thousands of women moving through Beat the Street
Intelligent Health’s award-winning physical activity initiative, Beat the Street, has helped thousands of women become active in the past year.
Oxford University Press releases the Oxford Textbook of Nature and Public Health
A new textbook edited by Dr William Bird on the connection between nature and health has been published by Oxford University Press.
Intelligent Health to launch social prescription programme
Intelligent Health is set to launch its new social prescription programme to help reduce costs for the NHS and improve outcomes for patients.
TVB Growth Fund investment helps get communities moving with Beat the Street
Intelligent Health have secured a £175,000 investment from Thames Valley Berkshire (TVB) Growth Fund. The investment is part of a £900,000 funding round to support the overall growth of the business.