NHS Sport and Health - a winning team

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01 / 02 / 2013

Our new briefing, Health and Sport – a winning team, outlines how the NHS can work in partnership with local sporting bodies to harness the expertise, profile and attraction of sport clubs to reach greater numbers of people and promote sport as a way to improve people’s health.

The proven advantages of sport in improving physical and mental wellbeing means that the sport-health connection is a key area for the NHS to engage with. The influence and ability of sports clubs and sporting personalities to reach under-engaged groups in society provides further opportunity for the NHS.

Our new briefing, Health and Sport – a winning team, outlines how the NHS can work in partnership with local sporting bodies to harness the expertise, profile and attraction of sport clubs to reach greater numbers of people and promote sport as a way to improve people’s health.

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