Quick Links to new resources December 2018

Kings Fund A vision for population health: towards a healthier future

We need to move away from a system just focused on diagnosing and treating illness towards one based on promoting wellbeing and preventing ill health. This report sets out a new vision for population health. http://bit.ly/2QdtiOO

Shifting the centre of gravity: making place-based, person-centred health and care a reality

The examples in this report aim to show what can be achieved by system leaders and staff from local government, the NHS, the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector, and service user and carer groups working together to improve health and deliver person-centred care. http://bit.ly/2QfzpSK

Health Survey for England 2017: summary of key findings The Health Survey for England (HSE) monitors trends in the nation’s health and care. It provides information about adults aged 16 and over, and children aged 0 to 15, living in private households in England. The survey is used to monitor overweight and obesity and to estimate the proportion of people in England who have certain health conditions and the prevalence of risk factors and health related behaviours, such as smoking and drinking alcohol. http://bit.ly/2QajbtX

Top 10 cyber security resources for charities

Some of the best free resources to help staff and trustees understand cyber security. http://bit.ly/2QbMGeS

16 excellent digital resources for charities

A list of the best platforms and websites for charities to learn about digital, connect with others and find techy volunteers. http://bit.ly/2QbMVqi

New governance wheel diagnostic tool

Use NCVO’s governance wheel diagnostic tool to get an instant picture of how well your trustee board is functioning. It’s also an effective guide for revealing areas that need prioritising for improvement.

Best practice tips for small charity website design

These foundational website design tips prove that you don’t have to be a large charity to create a website with impact. http://bit.ly/2DmcRbU