About HI-Net

Grampian’s Health Improvement Network (HI-Net) is an online information and sharing base aimed at professionals in the Grampian area of North East Scotland.  The site is relevant for any professional whose job involves an aspect of health improvement.  HI-Net’s partners are NHS Grampian, Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, Moray Council, The University of Aberdeen, The Robert Gordon University, Police Scotland and Scottish Fire and Rescue Service – read more about our partners.

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Submitting information

HI-Net offers professionals the opportunity to access and share information. Organisations and departments within and outwith the NHS are welcome to submit health improvement related information to the site. Please feel free to get in touch if you would like to discuss this further.NHS Scotland Photo Library

Subscribing to HI-Net and Membership

To join our online network all you have to do is subscribe to the HI-Net monthly bulletin. The monthly bulletin contains the latest news and information related to health improvement in Grampian, including training events and content updates to the HI-Net website. Subscribing could not be easier- simply click on the link below and complete the online form.

Once you have subscribed you will automatically become a member of HI-Net. Added benefits of becoming a HI-Net member include; receiving the monthly member’s bulletin, access to the HI-Net forums, where you can take part in ongoing discussions, and access to private areas on request to the HI-Net team. Please note, the vast majority of information on HI-Net is freely available for everyone to view. To find out more about the HI-Net forum and private function please contact the HI-Net team on hinet@nhs.net

Materials

The HI-Net poster and leaflet can be viewed by clicking on the links below.  If you would like hard copies please get in touch.

Training

Training is available on HI-Net for people working in health as part of the Supporting the Professional package.

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