Cheshire & Merseyside Fire and Rescue Services collaborate with Champs to introduce Blood Pressure checks to Safe & Well visits, following BHF funding. 
Champs DsPH support upscaling and strengthening of Making Every Contact Count (MECC) activity across Cheshire & Merseyside.
A new case for change report for self-harm has been published, commissioned by the Director's of Public Health and produced by Liverpool John Moores University. 
 Champs Collaborative case study featured in LGA Annual Report which applauds the success of public health teams across the UK in improving people's lives and wellbeing and reducing health inequalities. 
Professor Norm Campbell University of Calgary, Canada:"The Cheshire and Merseyside cross-sector blood pressure strategy  will serve as a model for other programmes around the globe.
Now available - Annual report for the Cheshire & Merseyside five year cross-sector strategy to tackle high blood pressure
 NO MORE - Suicide Strategy for Cheshire & Merseyside update 2017 released
Duncan Selbie, Chief Exec at PHE visits Champs saying: "Cheshire & Merseyside were the most organised Collaborative with a strong track record."
Champs Public Health Collaborative  - a partnership that prioritises high blood pressure, suicide prevention and mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.

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