The Community Development and Health Network is Northern Ireland’s leading organisation working to empower communities and tackle health inequalities using community development.

CDHN News

CDHN were delighted to showcase a session with one of our BCPP projects to Kathryn Turner and Tracy McAlorum from the Health and Social Care (HSC) Board. Huge thanks to The Right Key in Dromore for welcoming us so warmly in to their group today. We honestly had the best fun ever and we'll be practicing our singing for when we visit again!!

Thanks to @compharmacyni and @MediCare_Group for inviting Kathy Martin to join in the #AskYourPharmacist celebrations.

It was a great opportunity to discuss BCPP with @roybeggs MLA.

Are you looking for professional healthcare advice and treatment close to home at a time that suits you and without an appointment?  Then just call in to your local community pharmacy!

The Community Development and Health Network (CDHN) are delighted to launch their new Impact Report and Card for the Building the Community-Pharmacy Partnership (BCPP) programme, both branded with their newly designed logo.

BCPP has a proven track record demonstrating improvements in health, positive changes in how people use pharmacy and better relationships between pharmacists and communities. After participating in BCPP, 81% of participants felt more in control of their health and 93% of pharmacists agreed they are making better use of their skills.

BCPP Impact Launch

CDHN was delighted to attend a Participatory Budgeting Workshop with the PSNI, Newry Mourne and Down Council, and SEHSCT, hosted by Jez Hall, PB Partners UK 

CDHN asked our members what they thought of our services in a member survey.  

Please see attached results analysis report. 

This is shaping our work going forward.

Membership Survey Report >

Congratulations to our Director Joanne who was Highly Commended in the category 'Leading for Impact' at the Co3 Leadership Awards

CDHN were delighted to launch the Duneane Collective, Co-Production Pilot Report at their conference in partnership with Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council

Please download link below

Duneane Collective, Co-Production Pilot Report 

 

 

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