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We have conducted dozens of research projects over the years. On this page you will find information about some of our most recent ones, as well as access to a variety of practical guides, toolkits, and resources we have developed.

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Healthy Workplaces

The achievements of an initiative to help North Staffordshire workers adopt a healthier lifestyle were celebrated at a special showcase event. Launched in summer 2010, Let’s Do Healthy Workplaces assisted more than 50 organisations with a total of several thousand employees to focus on issues such as healthy eating, exercise and quitting smoking.

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Doing It Well

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Care Homes In The UK

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Experiences of Being Report

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Minutes 9th March 2016

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Cancer Lifestyle Referral Form

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Cancer Lifestyle over 50

Support Leaflet

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Newcastle Active in Age

Project Information

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Giving a Voice

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Ageing in the UK Now

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Our Voices Summary

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Dementia Advocacy Information

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Ten Top Tips When Choosing a Care Home

Top ten tips to choosing the right care home

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Cancer Advocacy Support Team Gallery

The Staffordshire and Wolverhampton Cancer Advocacy and Support Team Gallery

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Positive Living Course

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Gentle Exercise Training Programme for Older Adults

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Sporting Tales

The Federation of Stadium Communities (FSC) developed a model of using sporting heritage as a focus for intergenerational practice which it delivered as ‘Port Vale Tales,’ Shrews Tales and More’ and Swinton Lions Tales and More’. FSC dissolved as a charity in June 2012 but its legacy of sporting heritage work has been transferred as an asset to the Beth Johnson Foundation. The programme of ‘Sporting Tales’ is the development of this legacy that also draws upon the concept of ‘Healthy Stadia’ in that it is an holistic and integrated approach that supports Government targets for public health, social inclusion and sustainable communities.

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Ageing with Chronic pain

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Active in Age Training 2015

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Our Voices Full Report

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Macmillan referral form 2

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Beth Johnson Foundation Blog

  • New Vacancy! Healthy Generatio ...

    With funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, the Beth Johnson Foundation is pleased to offer the opportunity to com ...Read more

  • New for 2020!!

    Book now for our Digital Technology and Positive Ageing Sessions.  BJF are delighted to offer these free weekly workshop ...Read more

  • Christmas Wishes

    BJF would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  In 2020 we are looking forward to helping with our va ...Read more

  • Volunteer Co-ordinator

    Thank you to all who applied for the exciting vacancy within our Staffordshire Cancer Support Programme (CaSP). The Cancer Support ...Read more



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