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The Centre works through several key partnerships which help steer the strategic direction of the Centre to ensure we focus on areas of greatest importance to the local and national health and wellbeing agenda.  They do this through a Partnership Board which meets twice a year to review strategy and set and review Centre outcomes.   Partners also contribute to the work of the Centre through engagement with specific projects, commissioning projects or as bidding partners for funding applications and research collaborators.  Current partnerships include:

  • Leeds Becket University
  • Suffolk County Council
  • East Coast Community Health Care
  • Sue Ryder Chantry Care Centre
  • Suffolk Mind