We were part of poster presentations for Healthy Goals Programme and the Cities Changing Diabetes programme in Liverpool, which were both well received. South Asian Health Foundation Annual Diabetes in Ramadan Conference March 2019 Professor Kamlesh Khunti, Director of the Centre attended the 3rd Annual Diabetes in Ramadan Conference at BMA House, London held together Read More
Since our Autumn edition, we have been busy continuing work on a number of projects, including the Healthy Goals and Walking Cricket programmes, as well as our #PlayDominoTalkProstate campaign. We have also been busy compiling our annual report for 2018 which is now available! Exciting new work will also be commencing shortly on translating the Read More
Our campaign #PlayDominoTalkProstate has once again hit the airwaves of BBC Radio Leicester as we continue to raise vital awareness of prostate cancer. Pamela Campbell-Morris, a Project Assistant and Community Champion at the Centre for BME Health, spoke on the station on Friday, January 11, urging men to get themselves checked out instead of waiting for Read More
The Runnymede Trust, a race equality think tank is undertaking a UK-wide survey with prize draw around loneliness and social isolation in BME communities. The project has been funded by the British Red Cross and the Co-op. The survey focuses on: Gaining a better understanding of social and community networks Experiences of loneliness Feelings of belonging to local Read More
“I didn’t really know what to expect when I went along, but everyone is very friendly and the exercise isn’t too demanding An 80-year-old from Leicester has shown it is never too late to start exercising after taking part in a series of Walking Cricket sessions.