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Looking for people to give feedback on a new service to help people Live Well.

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Thursday 23 August 2012 3.52pm
Participle are a social enterprise, we design service with and for the public. We are currently working on a project called Social Health in which we aim to design a new way to help people manage their own health and live well.

To do this we are currently looking for people who can help us by taking part in our workshops and trying out elements of our new service that have yet to be developed.

If you take part you will get an opportunity to find out ways to improve your own wellbeing whilst taking part in the creation of a new system that will benefit the community.

Our participants will be given 80 for doing 6 activities with us and 160 for doing 8 activities.

If you would like to take part or you know anyone else that would be interested in this opportunity please contact Busayo Abidakun on: and 020 7089 6962

Many Thanks
Friday 24 August 2012 9.36am
How long would it take?

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Sunday 26 August 2012 12.16am
I suppose this design doesn't actually involve prompt access to good quality healthcare?
Tuesday 28 August 2012 2.43pm
Since they tell me they are looking for people in full time employment and/or people with long term health conditions that rules quite a few of us out.
Wednesday 5 September 2012 4.14pm
Workshops will take roughly 2 hours. Other engagements will vary. We will be doing workshops until November
Wednesday 5 September 2012 5.56pm
I think that is per workshop
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