Sport and Exercise Medicine can help improve the health of 1.3million NHS Staff
The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK (FSEM) welcomes the announcement by NHS England to improve and support the health and wellbeing of 1.3million health service staff.
There is a strong link between musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders and workplace wellness with half of NHS absence due to sickness being as a result of an MSK condition. A significant proportion of absences could be prevented or treated more rapidly via physical activity and exercise. Click here to view the full news item.
Physical Activity and Type 2 Diabetes
The Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) welcomes the UK Government’s plan for a National Diabetes Prevention Programme[iii] alongside the Scottish Government’s Diabetes Improvement Plan[iv]. As part of both plans, the FSEM would like to see physical activity become a major priority, alongside dietary changes and weight loss, when it comes to the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes within the NHS. Click here to view the full statement.
Eight essential public health priorities - Making the Physically Active Choice
A fresh approach to healthcare and the prevention of illness on our Publications Page
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Sport and Exercise Medicine has a role to play in improving the health of 1.3 million NHS staff3 September
Professor Sir Harry Burns Speaking at the Sport and Exercise Medicine Diploma Ceremony26 August
Physical Activity can Prevent and Treat Type 2 Diabetes20 August