The Asgard (advice, support, guidance, advocacy, referral and direction) project aims to reduce the number of 16- to 19-year-olds in North East Lincolnshire who repeatedly use the Accident and Emergency (A&E) service.
As part of England's National Chlamydia Screening Programme, COAST (Chlamydia Outreach Advice Screening and Treatment) is an innovative, nurse-led scheme designed to make the detection and treatment of chlamydia a simple and straightforward process.
To combat the declining number of young people eating school meals, Glasgow City Council's Direct and Care Services (now Cordia LLP) developed the Fuel Zone concept in Glasgow to revamp the image of the school meals service and reward healthy eating.
In 2005/06 Tower Hamlets had one of the lowest breast screening rates in England. To tackle this, NHS Tower Hamlets took a whole systems approach to ensure that the breast screening process was client-focused.
The Academy for Educational Development, a non-profit organisation specialising in social change communications, implemented a campaign to reduce nutrient pollution flowing into the Chesapeake Bay from residential sources in the greater Washington D.C. area.
Riders for Health (Riders) is an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) that works to ensure all health workers in Africa have access to reliable transportation so they can reach the most isolated people with regular and reliable healthcare.