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AHN Blog: September 14th - Healthy living, human nature and faith
Accident and emergency departments in the UK are experiencing a steep rise in alcohol related admissions. The majority of those are people over the age of 65; exceeding those in the 16 - 35 age range. This is a rather shocking revelation. Whilst the culture of drinking amongst younger people is known to be out of control, the same should be said for older people. Young people make an exhibition of themselves on the streets of cities and towns. Older people slump quietly at home in front of the television, drinking themselves senseless... Read more here
 
News and Events
Press Releases Seminars Conferences
Birmingham Conference
23/24th April 2013

The Anglican Health Network (AHN) will host a two-day conference in the UK in April next year to draw together the experience of churches engaged in health services and healing ministries. AHN Coordinator, Revd Paul Holley, commented: ‘In a changing health landscape, there are clear signs that churches are engaging afresh with the health sector.’
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Edinburgh
3rd November 2012 - HeadRoom

Great speakers from across Scotland and the North of England will bring you a day of network, equipping and encouragement. The Focus will be on managing mental health problems in the 21st Century and making helpful partnerships with like-minded organisations. Cost for bookings before the end of September, unwaged, service users and carers - £20 (otherwise 25). More information is available at
 www.mindandsoul.info/headroom
PACHC Conference - Birmingham
7th November 2012

This day conference is for those interested in commissioning and providing services which recognise spirituality as integral to whole person health care. The importance of spirituality in public health and mental health will be considered while placing the emphasis on primary healthcare.

Read the pamphlet here
     
Promoting Healthy Communities: An initiative to inspire and strengthen Anglican leadership in health development.

Since its inception in 2009, AHN has grown into a network of 500 members representing each of the Anglican Communion’s 38 provinces. It has a well- established communications platform, with quarterly newsletters, regular blogs, occasional press releases and web updates...

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