NTU’s Health and Wellbeing Day explores the theme of Chronic disease with keynote speaker from Coppafeel!

Nottingham Trent University is holding a Health and Wellbeing Day at its Clifton campus, giving staff, students and the public the opportunity to find out more about physical and mental health well-being.

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Nottingham Trent University is holding a Health and Wellbeing Day at its Clifton campus, giving staff, students and the public the opportunity to find out more about physical and mental health well-being.

Part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, the event explores the theme of Living with and Preventing Chronic Disease with a variety of presentations and demonstrations promoting healthy lifestyles for people living with or hoping to prevent chronic disease such as cancer and diabetes.

Whilst several of the talks will be given by world leading academics, the keynote speaker will be given by Kristin Hallenga, founder of the Coppafeel! charity talking about being diagnosed with cancer at the age of 22, and how she encourages people to become proactive about their own health.

Other talks include the benefits of diet, exercise and other forms of self-care such as improving sleep patterns.

There is also the opportunity to experience techniques such as acupressure, mindfulness and yoga which can be booked on the day.

A number of exhibition stands focusing on various aspects of holistic care will be also be present, including a healthy eating stand where there will be samples of food to try and recipe cards available to take away.

The event is taking place this Thursday 12 April at the Pavilion Building at NTU’s Clifton Campus. For more information on what is happening during the day, as well as to register to attend – entrance is FREE – visit:

https://www.ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2018/04/ntus-second-health-and-well-being-day

NTU’s Health and Wellbeing Day explores the theme of Chronic disease with keynote speaker from Coppafeel!

Published on 9 April 2018

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