We're proud to work together with people and organisations who share our interest in improving health literacy, supporting people in making informed choices about their health and enabling them to self-care, such as:

  • NHS Organisations
  • Universities
  • Charities
  • Other social enterprises and like-minded businesses
  • Individuals who share our passion for improving health literacy

To discuss partnership opportunities please get in touch.


Strategic partners

Our main strategic partners are:

Bristol Health Partners

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Bristol Health Partners is a strategic collaboration between the city region's major health institutions, covering the Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire area. These include its three NHS trusts, three clinical commissioning groups, two universities and Bristol City Council.

BUZZ Consulting

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Founded by prize-winning student health expert Dr Dominique Thompson, BUZZ Consulting supports universities, NHS organisations and the third sector in improving student health and wellbeing. Dom is a member of our Advisory Boards.


University of Bristol Students' Health Service

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The clinical team from the award-winning University of Bristol Students' Health Service has supported the development of our Student Health Guide, providing input and advice relating to student health.



First Response Resuscitation & First Aid Training Ltd

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First Response has advised us on health content relating to emergencies and first aid. Their team specialises in Resuscitation, Defibrillation, & Anaphylaxis training for GP & Dental Practices, along with accredited First Aid courses for the commercial and public sector.



We also work with the following organisations:

  • Self Injury Support
  • Self Injury Self Help
  • University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust
  • Addaction
  • Charlie Waller Memorial Trust
  • Connecting with People
  • Innovating Minds
  • The Students' Union at UWE Mental Health Campaign