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and to help people live longer and healthier lives.

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  • New learning disability experts by experience helping to transform local health services

     Three of the new experts by experience in learning disability services at Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

    Six adults with a learning disability are helping to transform the care for others in Lincolnshire, as part of a new paid role in local health services.

    The new experts by experience have been recruited by Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT) to help raise awareness and understanding of learning disabilities and how simple changes can make a big difference when people need to access local health services.

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  • South West Lincolnshire CCG backs Cervical Screening Awareness Week

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    It's Cervical Screening Awareness Week, 11 – 17 June 2018 and South West Lincolnshire CCG is reminding people that cervical cancer can kill, yet regular screening helps save thousands of lives every year.

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  • CCG backs Men’s Health Week

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    South West Lincolnshire CCG has added its support to Men’s Health Week, which this year takes place between 11 – 17 June and will focus on men and diabetes.

    The fact is men are more likely to get diabetes and more likely to suffer complications as a result of diabetes.  In addition, they are also more likely to face amputation as a result of diabetes.  And men are more likely to die from diabetes.

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