Lifestyle Health Ambassador Leaders

Organisations and Charities

Over the coming months and years we look forward to welcoming and connecting with the many organisations and charities who wish to join us in building a community of like minded individuals, organisations and companies together, all who wish to contribute to supporting the Lifestyle Health Foundation’s important vision and mission.

The BSLM was set up to promote the role of lifestyle medicine in improving people’s health and wellbeing. We believe many lifestyle-related diseases can be prevented, managed and even reversed by properly applied lifestyle medicine principles..

The Community Therapists Network is a national organisation providing information, training and education to AHPs working within rehabilitation and intermediate care settings and who work across education, health, mental health and social care (local government). They provide care and support for people diagnosed with and living through potentially life-limiting conditions.

The Institute for Outdoor Learning is the professional body for organisations and individuals who use the outdoors to make a difference for others. We are driven by a vision of Outdoor Learning as a highly valued form of development, education and employment in UK society.

The Sleep Charity, incorporating The Sleep Council, provide advice and support to empower the nation to sleep better.

We campaign to improve sleep support and access to high quality information, raise awareness of the value of a good night’s sleep and promote understanding around the complexities of sleep.

Imperial College London Self-Care Academic Research Unit (SCARU) (Imperial SCARU) is the first university academic unit dedicated specifically to the study of self-care. Imperial SCARU was formally launched at the 19th Annual Self-Care Conference in London. SCARU’s vision is to be the leading academic base for self-care, focused on the contributions that individuals, healthcare professionals and other stakeholders can make to help people improve wellbeing, prevent disease and self-manage existing conditions and what are increasingly recognised as ‘lifestyle diseases’.

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Let’s grow the Lifestyle Health Community together!