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Natural England colleagues learning about Nature for Health, Greater Manchester’s green (nature-based) social prescribing programme
To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week, Greater Manchester has showcased, nationally and internationally, two projects supporting people to move.
Read more about Greater Manchester showcases #MomentsForMovement on a national and international stage

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People visiting the stalls at a health and social care recruitment fair in Stockport Town Hall
NHS Greater Manchester and key partners across the system have delivered a number of recruitment events in localities.
Read more about A new approach to recruitment

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A stack of different colours arrows containing the words get to know where to go. It is next to a marketing graphic from the get to know where to go campaign which has acartoon of a person with puss leaking from their ear and a crying baby.
If you fall ill, would you know where to go for help and advice?
Read more about Get to Know Where to Go for healthcare in Greater Manchester

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In this blog, Caroline Finch, Programme Manager for the Maternity and Neonatal Safety Improvement Programme talks about the work happening in Greater Manchester to increase the number of people from ethnic minority backgrounds working in maternity and neonatal services to ensure the workforce is representative of our population.
Read more about Improving equity, diversity and inclusion in our maternity and neonatal workforce

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Two men in a gym, fist pumping over weighted bars. One is sat down and one is lay down.
The Diabetes Social Prescribing Link Worker, or Network Social Prescriber as the role is known at Gorton & Levenshulme PCN, supports people with pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes and high BMI through working with people to find out what matters to them and what they want to achieve. 
Read more about A new Social Prescribing Service is having a huge impact in Manchester

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Saffy in hospital with a breathing mash
A mum whose daughter became seriously ill and struggling to breathe after catching flu is warning parents not to underestimate the dangers of the virus.
Read more about Mum warns of flu danger as virus continues its spread
Launch Recite Me assistive technology