Opinion

October feedback

03 October 2018

Knife crime, soap operas and selfies: your views on what we’ve been up to.

 

Clare McIntyre: Thanks to @helziebelle for seeking my views on soap operas in communicating #publichealth messages @CommPrac

 

 

 


 

David Munday via Twitter: Interesting article in this month’s @unite_CPHVA @CommPrac ‘Big story: distorted reality’. Read for yourself: communitypractitioner.co.uk/news/2018/09/big-story-distorted-reality

 

 

 


 

Su Lowe via Twitter: @saffie Reading great article in @CommPrac journal

 

 

 


 

David Munday via Twitter: First stop for @Ant8Johnson8’s #adaywithdave, @CommPrac. We’re meeting with deputy editor Aviva to talk about how members can influence/interact/contribute to their journal. Interested in info yourself? Take a look at her presentation #CPHVAnw18 bit.ly/getting_heard_AA

 

 


 

Clare McIntyre via Twitter: @CommPrac Great piece on knife crime and how a better coordinated public health approach in which causes would be identified, outbreaks investigated + treated and preventive action taken to stop the issue before it starts

 

 


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To give any feedback on the journal (or even to show us how your team enjoys reading it), email aviva@communitypractitioner.co.uk, tweet us @CommPrac, or reach us on facebook.com/CommPrac

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