The Pool of Information

The Pool of Information

Historical interest

DVD1993 35 Minutes

The Pioneer Health Centre in Peckham, in 1935 when it was started and now.

One of the earliest examples of public health interventions in a disadvantaged community. The Pioneer Health Centre, better known as the Peckham Experiment, was opened Peckham, South East London, in 1935. Run as a family centre, it was an experiment to discover and promote the growth of positive health.

75 years later it still provides an important model for a healthy society, where the quality of health and vitality is important.
This is a great education and training resource for family centred and inter-generational public health interventions and based on the hypothesis that ‘health is as infectious as disease’. Director: Jinni Rawlings

Target audience: Directors of Public health, Public Health training courses, Clinical Commissioning Groups.

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