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New Facebook page for Aberdeen Medico-Chirurgical Society

26.05.2017 The Aberdeen Medico-Chirurgical Society( http://www.med-chi.co.uk/ ) have a facebook page to attract a wider audience.

To promote, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/AberdeenMedChi

Paths for All’s Big Fit Walk campaign – June 2017

17.05.2017 Paths for All have a campaign which aims to inspire communities across Scotland to come together for a short walk in June to celebrate the benefits of being active. It’s about having fun and staying healthy, anyone can host or attend a Big Fit Walk during the month of June!

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To order your Big Fit Walk resource pack or download resources please visit: http://www.pathsforall.org.uk/bigfitwalk

Invitation to Health and Homelessness Discussion Forum and Workshop

09.05.2017 Shelter Scotland and Dundee University warmly invite to attend a Health and Homelessness Discussion Forum on Thursday 18th May at Pittodrie Stadium. Please see attached invite and programme for further details and booking information.

Invitation to Health and Homelessness Discussion Forum and Workshop

Health and Homelessness Discussion Forum and Workshop – Aberdeen Programme May 2017

This event is free to attend. Please contact Yvonne Gormley y.gormley@dundee.ac.uk to reserve a place.

Aberdeen EcoCity Awards 2017

02.05.2017 The EcoCity Awards recognise and reward local people for their efforts to make Aberdeen a more sustainable city. Members of the Environmental Policy Team in partnership with the Environmental Services Team, Energy Team, Transport Team and the Recycling Team, work together on the EcoCity Awards and invite submissions from individuals, community groups, schools, businesses, charities and other organisations.

The EcoCity awards are now open to entrants until the 31st August 2017.

Information on the actual awards is available here: Aberdeen EcoCity Awards 2017
Submitting an application for the award can been done here: Aberdeen EcoCity Awards 2017 – Application Form
There are new categories this year for businesses relating to resource efficiency and also a new category relating to energy efficiency within all sectors. Entries are open to individuals, organisations, community groups, schools, charities, businesses etc that operate within Aberdeen City.

Should you have any queries relating to the awards please direct them to Ecocity@aberdeencity.gov.uk

Global hepatitis report, 2017

27.04.2017 In May 2016, the World Health Assembly endorsed the Global Health Sector Strategy (GHSS) on viral hepatitis 2016–2021. The GHSS calls for the elimination of viral hepatitis as a public health threat by 2030 (reducing new infections by 90% and mortality by 65%).

The report focuses on hepatitis B and C, which are responsible for 96% of all hepatitis mortality. It presents data along the five strategic directions (strategic information, interventions, equity, financing and innovation) – key pillars of the GHSS to facilitate monitoring of progress in countries, regions and globally, and to measure the impact of interventions on reducing new infections and saving lives between 2015 and 2030.

Visit World Health Organization website for more information

Regulation of cosmetic treatments begins as registration of independent clinics becomes law

27.04.2017 Scotland first country in the UK to begin regulating services that provide non-surgical cosmetic treatments. From 1 April 2017, as a result of new legislation, all independent clinics in Scotland are required to be registered with Healthcare Improvement Scotland. The regulation of independent clinics is the first stage in improving safety and care for the increasing number of people seeking non-surgical cosmetic treatments, such as dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections.

Visit Healthcare Improvement Scotland website for more details.

Wanted – ActWELL Volunteer Lifestyle Coaches

25.04.2017  Breast Cancer Now are recruiting volunteers to be part of an exciting and innovative new project in Scotland.

They are currently recruiting volunteer Lifestyle Coaches in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen to join their team and support the delivery of the ActWELL trial.

To find out more about this role you can download our volunteer role profile (PDF) and volunteer information pack (PDF) or if you have any further questions please get in touch by emailing volunteerscot@breastcancernow.org or call 0131 226 0763.

ActWELL Volunteer Lifestyle Coaches

Invitation to Talk

19.04.2017 Stories, Computing, and the Politics of Health Care: Folklore Perspectives on Narrative from Paramedics to Anti-Vaxxers
Speaker: Professor Timothy Tangherlini, University of California, Los Angeles.
Hosted by: Elphinstone Institute, University of Aberdeen, Wednesday, 26 April 2017, 6:30pm, MacRobert Building MR051, King’s College Campus.

For more information  Professor Timothy Tangherlini Talk Flyer

Registration for the NHSScotland Event 2017 is Now Open

18.04.2017 Registration is now live for the NHSScotland Event 2017, which is being held on 20 and 21 June at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC), Glasgow (formerly the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre). The theme of this year’s Event is ‘Working Differently Across Boundaries: Transforming Health and Social Care’.

Visit nhsscotlandevent.com for more information and to register your place at this event.

If you have any questions about the NHSScotland Event email nhsscotlandevent@gov.scot.

healthpoint and Smoking Advice Service (SAS) telephone number changes

07.04.2017  Ofcom has now taken the decision to withdraw all remaining 0500 numbers from the 3rd June 2017. In light of this decision the healthpoint and Smoking Advice Service are now using the same single number 08085 20 20 30 as of the 1st April 2017.

As of the 1st April to 3rd June anyone calling the old numbers 0500 20 20 30 or 0500 600 332 will hear the following message;
“the number you have dialled has changed, please redial using 08085 20 20 30.” After the 3rd June, anyone dialling a 0500 number will hear the number unobtainable (NU) tone.

Smoking Advice Service (SAS)

NHS Grampian healthpoint

Chief Medical Officer for Scotland Annual Report 2015/16: Realising Realistic Medicine is available now.

15.03.2017  This report includes practical examples and shared learning from around Scotland showcasing the exciting work underway. Realistic Medicine puts the person receiving health and care at the centre of decision-making and encourages a personalised approach to their care. Its aims of reducing harm and waste, tackling unwarranted variation in care, managing clinical risk, and innovating to improve, are essential to a well-functioning and sustainable NHS.  A link to the report  – http://www.gov.scot/ISBN/9781786526731.

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CMO’s Annual Report 2015/2016 : Realising Realistic Medicine 

In addition to the national work, this includes a number of local examples (acknowledging these are at various stages of implementation) of work shared by colleagues/teams within Grampian in relation to implementing Realistic Medicine.

REALISING REALISTIC MEDICINE – Examples in Grampian PDF

AFCCT Day – Walking Football festival 11th March 2017

07.03.2017 The first ever AFC Community Trust Day at Pittodrie Stadium for the Aberdeen FC vs Motherwell match on Saturday 11th of March 2017. AFCCT_Day

To support AFCCT if you cannot attend the game could be to take part in the FREE AFCCT Walking Football Festival at Aberdeen Sports Village on Saturday 11th of March from 12.30pm – 2pm . This is completely free of charge, and you can either book a place by going through the ticket office, or you can simply turn up on the day.

Walking Football Festival Poster

6th Quality and Safety in Healthcare Event -June 2017

07.03.2017 NHS Grampian in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen and The Robert Gordon University are holding their 6th Quality Event on  Tuesday 13th June 2017 at Suttie Centre, Foresterhill Health Campus, Aberdeen.

For more information and booking form, Please click here 6th Quality and Safety in Healthcare Event

There are limited places available. Please send completed registration form by 7th April 2017 to: Quality Event 2017, Quality, Governance & Risk Unit, Foresterhill Lea, Foresterhill Health Campus, Aberdeen, AB25 2YL or email: carol.fraser8@nhs.net

Climate Week North East 18th-25th March 2017

03.03.2017 Now that most people understand that Climate Change, left unchecked, is a HUGE problem and that moving away from carbon fuels, over-consumption, excess waste, and carbon intensive habits is the only way to stop it, Climate Week will also be highlighting local action with an impact.

It turns out positive change may not come from national or global politicians, but instead from locals acting on what is necessary!

We need to do the work, and in return we will reap the benefits of clean air, clean land, more and better jobs, better (greener) environment…

What action are you going to take?

Climate Week North East Official Brochure and Poster

For more information visit: http://www.climateweekaberdeen.org/

Aberdeenshire Council Community Street Audit

01.03.2017 Join Aberdeenshire Council, make Aberdeenshire More Active, and Living Streets Scotland and have your say about local streets. They are holding a Community Street Audit considering local streets and spaces on Thursday 9th March at Inverurie Town Centre. Please get in touch and share your experience!

For more information Community Street Audit- Inverurie Poster

Scotland’s Charter for a Tobacco-free Generation

20.02.2017 NHS Grampian Chief Executive Malcolm Wright recently signed ASH Scotland’s Tobacco Charter. The Charter supports the Government’s “Creating a Tobacco Free Generation: A Tobacco Control Strategy for Scotland” with sets out actions to reduce smoking rates to fewer than 5% of the population by 2034. Public, private and third sector organisations, however large or small, are encouraged to sign it.
Malcolm said “This is in keeping with our aim of encouraging the whole health care community to work together towards reducing the harm caused by tobacco and, in particular, protect the current and future health of infants and children”.

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For more information about the Charter contact caroleannduff@nhs.net , Health Improvement Practitioner, Tobacco Control or visit http://www.ashscotland.org.uk/what-you-can-do/scotlands-charter-for-a-tobacco-free-generation/

Aberdeen City Multi-agency Guidance for people working with children and young people at risk of self harm

17.02.2017  This multi-agency guidance aims to support staff across all partner services to provide a caring and appropriate response to children and young people experiencing emotional distress and who may be at risk of deliberate self-harm or have thoughts of suicide.

Self harm

You can access the document here: Self harm booklet

New Facebook page for Aberdeen City Food Network(ACFN)

17.02.2017 Aberdeen City Food Network is a partnership of organisations and individuals involved in the provision of food skills/cooking courses in the city. It aims to better coordinate and grow the services and facilities throughout Aberdeen and provide information and support to trainers and others. ACFN really need some engagement to grow the page .

To promote, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/AberdeenCityFoodNetwork/

Crowdfunding available for local organisations in City

17.02.2017 The  Crowdfund Aberdeen campaign has now opened for pre-registration. Aberdeen City Council, Crowdfunder and organisations from across the region are working together to help people realise their full potential and make great ideas happen. Individuals, community groups and businesses are being invited to turn their ideas into reality through the launch of a new funding initiative.

For more information https://www.sbnn.co.uk/2017/02/09/crowdfunding-initiative-unlock-aberdeens-potential/

Substance Misuse Education Guidance 4th Edition(Consultation Draft)

15.02.2017 Aberdeen City Health Promoting School Substance Misuse Education Guidance 4th Edition – February 2017(consultation Draft) is now available.

Please click here for Substance Misuse Pack – 4th edition February 2017 *Consultation Draft*

Energy Saving Trust – sustainable transport support

15.02.2017 Funded by Transport Scotland, the programme has been set up to assist organisations across Scotland realise financial and CO2 savings. The first step is to have a free, bespoke Sustainable Transport Review which will give recommendations to help your organisation reduce the cost and carbon impact of current transport and travel arrangements, replacing them with new, more efficient alternatives, including plug-in vehicles where appropriate. Please complete and return the attached form as accurately as possible to provide us with background for your review. 

Please click here for Sustainable Transport Review Application Form

Travelling around Aberdeen after the AWPR opens –  Consultation goes live now

09.02.2017  Aberdeen City Council looking at how traffic and how people will move around Aberdeen after the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) opens, and how people also use the city at the moment. The online consultation to travelling around Aberdeen after the AWPR opens, please complete the survey questionnaire, for the transport project consultation which will run until 31 March 2017.
https://consultation.aberdeencity.gov.uk/planning/traveling-around-aberdeen-city-after-the-awpr-open

Paths for All Health Walk Leader training in Keith, Moray – 25th February

09.02.2017 A one day course that provides practical advice and training on how to lead a Health Walk safely and effectively
To find out more please click on the following link: Walk Leader training in Keith, Moray

Quality and Safety in Healthcare Event – 13th June 2017 Call for Oral and Poster Presentation Abstracts

03.02.2017 NHS Grampian in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen and The Robert Gordon University are holding their 6th Quality Event on Tuesday 13th June 2016 Suttie Centre, Foresterhill Health Campus, Aberdeen.
Call for Oral Presentation Abstracts
For more information please click on the link here: Call for Oral Presentations 2017
Please submit your abstract electronically to nhsg.ce@nhs.net by 12th February 2017.
Call for Poster Abstracts
Don’t miss this opportunity to raise awareness of your project, showcase your achievements, gain recognition, share best practice and make new contacts. Poster categories are based on ‘The Healthcare Quality Strategy for NHS Scotland’:

• Effective
• Person Centred
• Safe
• Quality

For more information please click on the link here:Call for Poster Presentations 2017
Abstracts must be submitted via email only to nhsg.ce@nhs.net no later than 5th March 2017

Register now for the 2017 Scottish Workplace Journey Challenge

03.02.2017  The Challenge is all about taking part and encouraging more people to try changing the way they travel. The Scottish Workplace Journey Challenge runs from 1 March – 31 March 2017.

The aim of the Challenge is to get as many people as possible commuting to work by walking, cycling, public transport and lift-sharing. You can log your journeys for business too.

Anyone who works for an organisation in Scotland can take part.

It’s great fun and we’ll be giving out loads of prizes along the way. You can compete on your own or as part of a team. All you have to do is register and then start logging your journeys to get on the leaderboard.

To register and for more information: The Scottish Workplace Journey Challenge 2017

Consultation to assist the Aberdeen City Health & Social Care Partnership commissioning of Third Sector Alcohol & Drugs services

01.02.2017 An online consultation to assist the Aberdeen City Health & Social Care Partnership commissioning of Third Sector Alcohol & Drug Services has been launched today. It can be accessed at:
https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=148545127489
They are keen to hear your views on alcohol and drug services in Aberdeen City. Your answers to the 14 consultation questions will help shape how services work in future.
This consultation closes on the 24th February 2017. Respondents are free to answer as many questions as they wish or feel are relevant to them.
You can access the  hard copies of the survey(both Word & PDF documents) here:
ADP CONSULTATION 24 01 2017 pdf
ADP CONSULTATION 24 01 2017
There is also an open drop-in public event taking place:
23rd February 10.00am to 4.00pm
St Nicholas Room, Aberdeen Town House,
Union Street

New resource  ‘Alcohol and Later Life’

Alcohol and life24.01.2017 This leaflet is designed for healthcare professionals or carers who are taking a holistic approach to the health and wellbeing of an older person. No age range has been assigned to the older person as the advice contained within the publication is appropriate for any age group where health is impaired but is particularly relevant to the older adult who may be experiencing issues related to alcohol, food and medications.

You can access the leaflet here: Alcohol & Later Life

New HI-Net Health Campaigns Calendar for 2017

23.01.2017  You can now see all of 2017’s health campaigns on the new HI-Net Health Campaigns Calendar 2017.

You can access the calendar here: Health Campaigns Calendar 2017

Community Cycle Clubs

13.01.2016 Cycling UK worked with 81 community groups across Scotland during September and October 2016 to deliver the Big Bike Revival, a 6 week intervention aimed at encouraging people to cycle for everyday journeys.  Our intervention involved over 500 events and activities take place during these months. We would like to support more community organisations engage in cycling activity by developing Community Cycle Clubs. Some more information on Community Cycle Clubs and how to become one is detailed below.

What is a Community Cycle Club?

· Community Cycle Clubs are developed by Cycling UK to support existing groups and community organisations to deliver cycling activities that are open to all.
· Community Cycle Clubs offer activities such as led rides for beginners, bike maintenance and bike recycling. They provide a social environment to gain confidence and skills on a bike, improve fitness and have fun!
· Cycling UK provides support tailored to their needs through access to equipment, training, insurance and advice. They are part of our UK wide network of community clubs, cycling groups, and thousands of individual members that support people from all backgrounds to access cycling.
· Community Cycle Clubs are created by working closely with established community groups so that cycling activities can be tailored to meet the needs and interests of local people that have already come together for a common purpose.

Why become a Community Cycle Club?
There are many benefits to becoming a CCC, some of which are listed below;

Dedicated Development Officer time offering knowledge specific to region and local authority area
Access to free training and development opportunities (First Aid Training, Cycle Ride Leader Training and Trail Side Repair Training from Feb-April)
Free Cycling UK Affiliation worth £75 with subscription to monthly Cycle magazine, newsletters, shop discounts etc.
Free starter pack for your Community Cycle Club including First Aid Kit, Multi-tool and other essential start up accessories.
Networking opportunities – Regional networking events taking place in Scotland in March 2017
Information and signposting to initiatives and programmes beneficial to your activities

If you are interested in becoming a Community Cycle Club or for more information, please contact:

Richard Bowman
Big Bike Revival Development Officer North Scotland
Cycling UK
Direct Line: 07887567361
Email:Richard.Bowman@cyclinguk.org
Web: www.cyclinguk.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CyclingUKScotland
Twitter @BBRScotNorth

UKPHR – Public Health Register

13.01.2017 UKPHR invites applications for appointment to one of UKPHR’s posts of Moderator.

Moderation is integral to the quality assurance of UKPHR’s assessment standards and processes.

For further information on the role description, person specification and how to apply, please click here.

For an informal discussion about the post please telephone 0121 296 4370 and ask for David Kidney or email register@ukphr.org

If you wish to apply to join the moderation team, please send in applications by 4.00pm on Monday 20th February 2017.

www.ukphr.org

New Comic Relief Funding Programme

12.01.2017  A new Comic Relief grants programme “Levelling the Field”, a UK and International initiative which seeks to use the power of sport to empower women and girls has been launched.

One of the aims of the initiative is to foster collaboration between the Women and Girls and Sport for Change sectors, and the initiative was developed following two consultation events to bring the sectors together and develop ideas. The consultation highlighted a number of issues that disproportionately affect women and girls such as lack of opportunities, gender stereotypes and social isolation. This programme has been designed to address those issues.

Further information, eligibility criteria and how to apply can be found here https://www.comicrelief.com/grants/initiatives/levelling-the-field-uk and https://www.comicrelief.com/grants/initiatives/levelling-the-field-international

Please feel free to share this with your networks or anyone you think might be interested in applying.

Some key things to note:

· Proposals to this initiative will need to demonstrate wider social outcomes and not just focus on increasing female participation in sport.
· The application deadline is 16th March 2017 with shortlisting decisions in April and final decisions being announced in July.
· In the UK applications can be for between £30,000 and a maximum of £250,000, over a period of between 12 and 36 months. Grants could be a pilot for an innovative piece of work or the continued development of a proven piece of work. Funding is available for project delivery, research, or for a campaign.
· For the UK programme we will only accept applications from organisations working in partnership. The partnership must include a track record of working with women and girls, and using sport as a tool for change
Internationally, funding is available for work under Sustainable Development Goal 5 (achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls) that takes place in Malawi, Zambia, Rwanda, Colombia and India. Applications are welcome for up to £150,000 over a period of 36 months. Applicants should have been registered for at least 3 years and have a turnover of at least £100,000.

Research Seminar Events Programme   January – June 2017

15.12.2016 RGU School of Nursing & Midwifery conducting Research Seminar Events Programme  from January 2017 -June 2017.

To find out more about January event, please click on the following link: Research Seminar Flyer Jan- 2017

For about more on other dates  Research Seminar Programme Jan- Jun 2017

Stroke Training Course/Study Days – 2017

30.11.2016 Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland aim to provide a learning environment where members of the Multi-Disciplinary team, from Health and Social Care sectors, may learn from both the content of the course and from one another. These courses are funded in partnership with the NHS and supported by NHS Grampian Managed Clinical Network for Stroke.

To find out more please click on the following link: Stroke Training Course/Study Day -2017

Training course -Improving Health: Developing Effective Practice(IHDEP)

28.11.2016 Improving Health: Developing Effective Practice (IH:DEP) course is a blended learning course, which aims to enable participants to increase their confidence in improving health and tackling health inequalities, by providing a framework which will guide and encourage the development of effective and reflective practice.

To find out more please click on the following link: IH:DEP Training Course

Self Directed Support Portal – Focus Group Sessions

23.11.2016 NHS Education for Scotland (NES) are currently looking at updating and redesigning our Self-directed Support portal. The portal is funded through Scottish Government’s self-directed support Innovation Fund and is specifically targeted at the health and social care workforce.

To help with the redesign, NES will be running two focus group sessions on 6th December and 10th January. These will also include opportunity to learn more about using social media and searching skills.

For more details Please click here.

For any questions, please contact Janet Crozier (janet.crozier@nes.scot.nhs.uk)

New website for NHS Health Scotland

18.11.2016 NHS Health Scotland has launched its new website www.healthscotland.scot.

The site is designed to provide information and practical support with the aim of benefitting policy and practice to reduce health inequalities and improve health. It should be easy to use and navigate on any device.

New Smoking In Cars Legislation

11.11.2016 The Smoking Prohibition (Children in Motor Vehicles) (Scotland) Act 2016 creates a new criminal offence, committed by any adult (aged 18 or over), where that adult smokes in a private motor vehicle in the presence of a child (under 18 years of age) while that vehicle is in a public place. The aim of the Legislation is to protect children from the harmful effects of exposure to second-hand smoke (SHS) in a confined space.

From 5th December 2016 smoking in a vehicle with anyone under the age of 18 will be illegal.

For more details visit www.protectyourkids.scot

Campaign posters and stickers are available from www.nhsghpcat.org

LGBT Film Night- 17th November 2016

18.10.2016 The current LGBT+ Network have created an event to engage with the general public and other sectors and get views on what is needed, wanted or expected from the group by Grampian citizens. This is a free event for colleagues, friends and family to attend, but please register early as there are limited spaces, and refreshments, available. The films are short snippets in to the LGBT+ community across Scotland and after seeing a couple of the trailers, not films to be missed!

For booking and more details Film Night Poster

Health Improvement Officer – Keep Well

14.10.2016 ‘Keep Well’ programme pathways – vulnerable populations in non GP practice settings

This short term six month part time (15 hours per week) post will support partner organisations to embed Keep Well in their own processes. If you would like the opportunity to build your experience of developing pathways and working with partner agencies and organisations to review, evaluate and further develop practice that will address health inequalities in practical ways for clients and patients.
To obtain a job description for this post, please click the following link: View the vacancy online

If you are interested, please contact Linda Smith, Public Health Lead, Aberdeen Health & Social Care Partnership, tel 01224 655745, email lindaj.smith@nhs.net

Closing Date: Wednesday 26th October 2016

Infected blood awareness

12.10.2016 An awareness-raising campaign alerting anyone who had a blood transfusion in Scotland before September 1991 to their potential risk of hepatitis C infection has been launched.

The measure was recommended by a working group set up by the Scottish Government in the wake of the Penrose Inquiry into infected NHS blood products. The recommendation is to ensure everyone who may have been affected has the opportunity to be tested and, if necessary, treated for the virus.

For find out more about campaign Poster and Flyer

Visit NHS Resources Catalogue – www.nhsghpcat.org to order flyers and posters.

New Mental Health Aberdeen initiative: The Club

12.10.2016 The Club is a new initiative being launched by Mental Health Aberdeen (MHA), which will extend the support provision in Aberdeen City to adults with enduring mental health issues.

The first meeting of The Club is on Friday 28th October between 1.30pm and 4pm at the Aberdeen Health Village. It will initially be run as a pilot project for eight consecutive weeks but providing there is sufficient support and need, it will continue on a permanent basis.

If you are interested in joining or supporting The Club please telephone 01224 590510 or e-mail theclub@mhaberdeen.org.uk for further information.

For more details please click here

Scotland’s Oral Health Plan – Consultation Exercise

19.09.2016 A Scottish Government Exercise on the Future of Oral Health Services: Help shape the oral health care and NHS dental services in Scotland for the next generation.

Full details of the draft plan and consultation questionnaire are available at this link: http://www.gov.scot/oralhealthplan

For NHS Grampian members:-

If you would like to contribute comments to it, please send to Jenna Bews
MCN Manager – Oral and Dental Health on jenna.bews@nhs.net your responses by Thursday 24th November 2016. She will collate a collective NHSG feedback to the Government.

There will be a series of roadshows around Scotland as part of the consultation and one of these dates will be hosted in Grampian – Thursday 27th October.
For more details please click here

Head of Tailored and Responsive Improvement Support Team (TRIST)

16.09.2016 This is a rare and exciting opportunity to strategically shape and improve the delivery of health and social care in Scotland, making a real difference for those who access health and social care services. Its role is to provide flexible improvement support to help NHS Boards and Health and Social Care Partnerships address local priority issues.

Closing date Tuesday 4 October 2016 at 12 noon

For an application pack:
Visit: www.healthcareimprovementscotland.org
Email: jobs.his@nhs.net (quoting the Job Ref in the subject line)
SMS: Text ‘APP’ [JobRef plus your email address] to 81400

Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to the current post holder, Luke Cavanagh, Head of TRIST (luke.cavanagh@nhs.net).

For more information please click here.

Viral Hepatitis Training with Hepatitis Scotland and Improving the Sexual Health of Drug Users

15.09.2016 A training course to increase the knowledge and confidence of staff to engage with young people (16-25) who may at risk of exposure to viral hepatitis.                                                         This training takes place on 25th and 26th October from 10.00am to 4pm at Citadel, Aberdeen.

For more details please click here.

Health Improvement Officer – Neighbourhoods

05.09.2016 The Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership – Public Health Team  now require an enthusiastic and self motivated individual who has the ability to work flexibly with a range of colleagues and partners to create opportunities for development within the city. The post holder will provide professional health improvement guidance to communities and support multi-agency partners taking forward health improvement activity with communities.

Closing date Wednesday 14th September 2016
Informal enquiries to, Anna Gale, Public Health Coordinator on 01224 846771 or annagale@nhs.net.   To find out more please click on the following link Candidate Pack/Job Description

 Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid for Young People

02.09.2016 A course is for anyone who wants to be a mental health first aider to offer support to young people and professional groups from junior to senior level management. This course takes place on 1st November 2016 (face- to face) 9.00am -5.00pm, Seminar Room – Woodend Hospital.

To find out more Scotland’s Mental Health First Aid for Young People

UK Chief Medical Officers – Low Risk Alcohol Guidelines- August 2016

30.08.2016 The UK Chief Medical Officers’ Low Risk Drinking Guidelines published on 25th August 2016 (and in response to the consultation process which took place between 8th January and 1st April 2016).

To find out more UK Chief Medical Officers – Low Risk Alcohol Guidelines (August 2016)

Active Aberdeen Partnership – Chairperson Opportunity

25.08.2016 The Active Aberdeen Partnership (AAP) is now seeking to appoint a Voluntary Chairperson with the energy, vision and ambition that will help drive forward the AAP’s work.

Closing date Friday 9th September 2016

To find out more please click on the following link Active Aberdeen Partnership Candidate Pack

Recovery Week programme for Central Area- September 2016

25.08.2016 This year’s Recovery Week programme for Central Area on 12th-16th September 2016

To find out more please click on the following link Recovery Week programme for Central Area

For booking form please click here

‘Improving Health: Developing Effective Practice’ – Course

23.08.2016 A new  credit-rated short course, developed by NHS Health Scotland in association with NHS Health Promotion departments and accredited
by the Robert Gordon University.

The closing date for applications is Wednesday 31 August 2016(Revised Closing Date)

To find out more please click here.

The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland publishes reports on NHS wards across Scotland – August 2016

18.08.2016 The reports highlight positive and negative findings from the Commission’s visits, one of which was unannounced. They make recommendations for change where necessary. The Commission expects a response to each of its recommendations within three months of the reports being published.

There are two reports for NHS Grampian wards

For more details Visit http://www.mwcscot.org.uk/

Sexual and Reproductive Health Update Event 2016

17.08.2016 This year’s Sexual Health Update Event at the AECC on Thursday 15th September 2016.

To find out more please Click here.

New Online Course from University of Aberdeen hosted by FutureLearn

17.08.2016 The Nutrition and Wellbeing course, known as a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) is hosted by FutureLearn.

To find out more please click on the following link: The Nutrition and Wellbeing Online Course

The Scottish Government’s New Mental Health Strategy – Public Engagement

11.08.2016 The Scottish Government have launched  next phase of public engagement on the new Mental Health Strategy. The new Strategy will be published later in 2016 and will cover a 10 year period. We are seeking views on:

a) our priorities for transforming mental health in Scotland;
b) the early actions we propose to take to deliver this transformation; and
c) how we should measure success over the 10 year period.

The engagement paper can be downloaded at the Citizen Space website via the link below. Written responses should also be submitted through this link.
https://consult.scotland.gov.uk/mental-health-unit/mental-health-in-scotland-a-10-year-vision

The deadline for responses is Friday 16 September.

For  NHS Grampian members

If you would like to comment or feedback on any of the aspects of the strategy please send to  Imran Arain, Health Promoting Health Service & Public Mental Health Lead on I.arain@nhs.net  your responses by 6 September 2016. He will collate a collective NHSG feedback to the Government.

Paths for All Volunteer Awards 2016 – Nominations

05.08.2016 The Paths for All Volunteer Awards 2016 nominations are now open.

The categories are:
1. Community Path Volunteer of the Year
2. Community Path Group of the Year
3. Health Walk Volunteer of the Year
4. Health Walk Volunteer Group of the Year
5. Project Coordinator of the Year

Please send your entry before Sunday 28 August 2016.

To nominate and find out more please click here.

Aberdeenshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership – Survey

05.08.2016 Aberdeenshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership are conducting a learning needs survey to identify what opportunities should be made available to support people whose work brings them in contact with the people or issues that are affected by alcohol or drugs.

Please click on the following link to complete the questionnaire Alcohol and Drugs Learning needs survey.

This will take around 10 minutes and the information collected will not identify any individuals. Anonymised reports will be posted on Aberdeenshire ADP website http://aberdeenshireadp.org.uk/

New Online Course from Shelter Scotland

30.06.2016 A new Fuel Poverty online course has been developed by Shelter Scotland for health and social care practitioners.

To find out more please click on the following link: Healthy Homes Online Course

Community Food and Health (Scotland) Annual Development Fund

28.06.2016 The 2016 Community Food and Health (Scotland) Annual Development Fund is now open for applications.

To find out more about the fund and how to apply please visit: Community Food and Health (Scotland) Annual Development Fund

Self Management Awards 2016 – Nominations

28.06.2016 The Self Management Awards 2016 nominations are now open.

To nominate and find out more please click here.

Evaluation of the Quality and Safety in Healthcare Event 2016

27.06.2016 The Evaluation of the Quality and Safety in Healthcare Event 2016 is now available.

Please click on the following link for more information: Evaluation of the Quality and Safety in Healthcare Event

More Support for Carers

10.06.2016 More support for carers, including young carers, will be considered by the Scottish Government.

For more information please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

Scottish Cancer Patient Experience Survey

10.06.2016 The Scottish Cancer Patient Experience Survey has been published for 2015/16.

For more information please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

NHS Inform Service Directory Consultation

24.05.2016 A consultation on the NHS Inform Service Directory is now taking place until Friday 10th June.

For more information please visit NHS Inform Service Directory Consultation

Supporting the Professional

24.05.2016 A new Supporting the Professional training date has been set for June 2016.

To find out more about Supporting the Professional, and to book your place, please visit HI-Net Supporting the Professional.

Scottish Health and Care Experience Survey

20.05.2016 The results from the Scottish Health and Care Experience Survey 2015/16 are now available.

For more information please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

Scottish Palliative Care Guidelines Survey

20.05.2016 The Scottish Palliative Care Guidelines survey is now available until 15th July 2016.

To give your views and opinions and help inform the guidelines for 2017, please click here to complete the survey

Kincardine & Deeside Befriending

27.04.2016 Kincardine & Deeside Befriending is looking for a new treasurer. Please read click on the Press Release link below to find out more details.

Director of Public Health Annual Report 2014/15 – Physical Copies Available

15.04.2016 The NHS Grampian Director of Public Health Annual Report 2014/15 is available to order.

To place an order for your physical copy please contact NHS Grampian Health Information Resources department on grampian.resources@nhs.net or 01224 558504.

Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership Draft Consultations

14.04.2016 The Aberdeen City Health and Social Care Partnership (AHSCP) have published 2 new draft consultation documents. These are on Equality Outcomes April  2016-March 2018 and “Mainstreaming” the Equality Duty.

To view these documents please click on this link.

Dream it. Try it. Live it. Campaign

13.04.2016 The Royal Society for Public Health is launching a youth led campaign called ‘Dream it. Try it. Live it’ in August 2016. The campaign will raise awareness of living a healthier lifestyle and will encourage young people to adopt new healthy behaviours.

For more information please visit The Royal Society for Public Health Latest News

New Improvement Resource ‘ihub’

08.04.2016 The Improvement Hub or ‘ihub’ is a new improvement resource created by Healthcare Improvement Scotland and partners in response to health and social care integration in Scotland. This new resource is primarily aimed at those involved with the delivery of health and social care services in Scotland including health and social care partnerships, the third sector, NHS Boards and so on.

For more information please visit the ihub website

Alcohol and Drugs Action (ADA)

06.04.2016 ‘Drugs Action’ charity has now changed it’s name to ‘Alcohol and Drugs Action (ADA)’

For more information please visit their website here: Alcohol and Drugs Action

New Masters in Public Health (MPH) course at Aberdeen University

06.04.2016 The University of Aberdeen is launching a new Master of Public Health (MPH) programme in September 2016 http://www.abdn.ac.uk/study/courses/postgraduate/taught/public-health/. The MPH offers a wide range of core and elective options, and includes a flexible project component. The MPH can be tailored to an individuals career aspirations. Applications for the 2016/17 intake are now open. Any queries can be sent to Amudha Poobalan a.poobalan@abdn.ac.uk or Mike Crilly mike.crilly@abdn.ac.uk .

Oral Health Foundation

06.04.2016 The British Dental Health Foundation has now changed its name to the Oral Health Foundation.

For more information please visit the Oral Health Foundation – News webapge

Creating a Healthier Scotland

31.03.2016 ‘Creating a Healthier Scotland – What Matters to You’ document has now been published following on from the ‘Healthier Scotland National Conversation’

For more information please visit Scottish Government Newsroom

Physical Activity Programme for People Affected by Mental Ill Health

21.03.2016 A new physical activity programme, created by the Scottish Government and the mental health charity SAMH, will encourage people affected by mental ill health to engage in physical activity to improve mental wellbeing.

For more information please visit the SAMH Website

Updated Scottish Dietary Goals

21.03.2016 Scottish Dietary Goals have been updated and recommend people’s diets consume more fibre and less free sugars.

For more information please visit Scottish Government Newsroom

NHS Health Scotland – Inequality Briefing

21.02.2016 NHS Health Scotland has published the inequality briefing ‘The Economics of Prevention’

For more information please visit NHS Health Scotland website

Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership Consultation

21.03.2016 Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership are running a consultation for their draft equalities outcomes report.

For more information, including associated documents, please click on this link.

New eLearning Modules Addressing Health Inequalities

14.03.2016 NHS Health Scotland have developed new eLearning modules which aim to enhance awareness and promote action to reduce health inequalities.

For more information please visit NHS Health Scotland website

Review of Public Health Third Sector Sounding Board

14.03.2016 On 23rd March, a VHS Sounding Board will discuss the 2016 Review of Public Health published in February, and its from this the involvement of the third sector/ voluntary sector organisations in public health.

For more information please visit VHS Scotland website

Funding for Voluntary Sector Health Projects

14.03.2016 Funding worth over £900,000 has been awarded to voluntary sector organisation that aim to improve the health of people in Scotland.

For more information please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

Consultation on the Implementation of the Mental Health Act (Scotland) 2015

10.03.2016 A consultation centered around the implementation of the Mental Health Act (Scotland) 2015, seeks views from people with an interest in mental health services in Scotland. The consultation is online and is open until 30th May 2016.

For more information please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

Launch of Rights for Life Declaration

30.02.2016 The rights for life declaration has been launched and is based around the rights of individuals affected by mental health issues.

For more information please visit Rights for Life website

New Funding Launched for Equalities and Violence Against Women and Girls

29.02.2016 New funds for equalities and violence against women and girls have now been launched, and are open for applications.

For more information please visit Voluntary Action Fund Website

Patients Face Delays in Discharge from Learning Disability Hospitals

25.02.2016 The Mental Welfare Commission has published a report about patients in learning disability hospital services facing delays in discharge from hospitals.

For more information please visit the Mental Welfare Commission website.

2015 Review of Public Health

15.02.2016 The Scottish Government has published the “2015 Review of Public Health in Scotland: Strengthening the Function and Re-Focussing Action for a Healthier Scotland”

To read the full publication please here: 2015 Review of Public Health in Scotland

Occupational Therapy Students Forge Interagency Links Between NHS Grampian and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service

12.02.2016 Students from Robert Gordon University took part in a placement involving the Adult Assessment and Rehabilitation Service (CAARS) at City Hospital and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) Central division.

To read the full article please click on this link.

Consultation on the Draft Equality and Diversity Impact Assessment of Health Information Services

11.02.2016 NHS 24’s Health Information Services consultation is open until 22nd March.

For more information please visit NHS 24 Health Information Services

Children’s Mental Health Week

09.02.2016 Aberdeen City’s Healthy and Active Outcomes Group, Integrated Children’s Services is pleased to be supporting Children’s Mental Health Week.

For more information please visit Children’s Mental Health Week News Section

European Health Psychology Society and the British Psychology Society Division of Health Psychology Conference

04.02.2016 The University of Aberdeen is going to host the joint 2016 annual conference of the European Health Psychology Society and the British Psychology Society Division of Health Psychology in August 2016.

For more information please visit the Conference Events Page

Health Reading Collection Launched at Aberdeen City Libraries

04.02.2016 Aberdeen City Libraries have now developed ‘Healthy Reading’ collections, available in a variety of formats and covering a range of health topics.

For more information please visit Aberdeen City Libraries – Healthy Reading

Review of Mental Health Services in Scotland 2012-2015

04.02.2016 Review of Mental Health Services in Scotland 2012-2015 report, produced by the Mental Health Foundation in partnership with Voices of Experience (VOX), is now available to download for free.

To access the report please visit: The Mental Health Foundation website

Social Services Knowledge Scotland

03.02.2016 The Social Services Knowledge Scotland (SSKS) website contains a wealth of information on social care issues.

Visit the SSKS website by clicking on this link: SSKS Website

Decreased Smoking Rates of Children who Smoke in Scotland

02.02.2016 The number of child smokers has decreased by more than two thirds in the last 20 years according to new statistics.

For more information please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

Safer Internet Day

28.01.2016 Safer Internet Day takes place on 9th February. This year’s theme is “Play your part for a better internet!”

For more information please visit The UK Safer Internet Centre

Chief Medical Officer Annual Report

20.01.2016 The Chief Medical Officer’s Annual Report for 2014-2015 focuses on ‘Realistic Medicine’.

You can access the Annual Report here: CMO Annual Report

New Mental Health Foundation Website

19.01.2016 The Mental Health Foundation have launched their new website.

Click on the following link to access the new site: Mental Health Foundation Website

Health Risks from Alcohol: New Guidelines

12.01.2016 New alcohol guidelines have now been published and there is a consultancy period about these new guidelines until 1st April.

For more information please click on the following link: Health Risks from Alcohol – New Guidelines

Grampian Winter Plan

07.01.2016 The Grampian Winter Plan 2015/16 has been developed to manage potential challenges experienced during the Winter period in Grampian.

You can access the Grampian Winter here: Grampian Winter Plan for 2015/16

New HI-Net Health Campaigns Calendar for 2016

18.12.2015 You can now see all of 2016’s health campaigns on the new HI-Net Health Campaigns Calendar 2016.

You can access the calendar here: Health Campaigns Calendar 2016

New ‘Declaration’ Festival in 2016 to Address Health and Human Rights

18.12.2015 A new festival exploring health and human rights will take place from 3rd to 6th March in Glasgow.

For more information please visit the Mental Health Foundation website

Realising the Benefits of Digital Technology

18.12.2015 Scottish Enterprise and the ALLIANCE have created a report highlighting the importance, barriers and examples of citizen led innovation for health and wellbeing- specifically relating to digital technologies.

For more information, including access to the report, please visit the ALLIANCE website.

2016 is Year of the Dad

04.12.2015 Year of the Dad, organised by Fathers Network Scotland with support from Scottish Government, aims to promote the importance of fathers in both childhood development and parenting.

For more information on the campaign and how to get involved, please visit Year of the Dad website

Launch of Mindful Nation UK Report

27.11.2015 The Mindful UK Report, the first policy document of its kind, seeks to address mental health concerns in the areas of education, health, the workplace and the criminal justice system through the application of mindfulness interventions.

For more information, including access to the report, please visit The Mindfulness Initiative website

Big Lottery Fund Opens a New Five Year Funding Scheme in Scotland

26.11.2015 Organisations across Scotland can now apply for grants from £10,000 to £1 million to help support projects which are community led or will improve lives.

For more information please visit Big Lottery Fund Scotland

11th Annual Conference for People Working in Health and Care Information and Support 2016

25.11.2015 The conference, held by Patient Information Forum (PIF), will take place on 25th May 2016 and is open for registration (early discount before February 2016).

For more information please visit the HI-Net PIF Annual Conference Events Webpage

Obesity Indicators Statistics

24.11.2015 ‘Obesity Indicators: Monitoring Progress for the Prevention of Obesity Route Map – November 2015 report’ is now available.

For more information, including access to the report, please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

Ready Scotland

24.11.2015 Be ready, prepared and updated for the Winter- whatever it brings!

For more information please visit the Ready Scotland website

Creating a Healthier Scotland – Join the Conversation

24.11.2015 The Scottish Government is inviting you to have your say on what a healthier Scotland should look like in the next 10 to 15 years and the steps that could be taken to make this vision a reality.

To join the conversation and for more information please visit Creating a Healthier Scotland website

Review of the healthpoint Service

23.11.2015 The Scottish Health Council are reviewing the healthpoint service with a questionnaire designed by the Scottish Health Council and NHS Grampian.

For more information please visit the NHS Grampian healthpoint webpage

Annual Review of Healthcare Improvement Scotland

20.11.2015 This year the Healthcare Improvement Scotland Annual Review 2015 will take place on Wednesday 25 November 2015 at the Healthcare Improvement Scotland Offices in Delta House, West Nile Street, Glasgow.

For more information and for information on how to attend, please visit Healthcare Improvement Scotland Website

Scotland’s Year of Listening 2016

19.11.2015 Throughout 2016 Scotland’s ‘Year of Listening’ (YoL) campaign will raise awareness that listening, and being listened to, is good for your mental health.

For more information please visit the Breathing Space Scotland website.

Action Called for Tackling Antibiotic Resistance

18.11.2015 Scotland’s Health Secretary calls for action to tackle the over-consumption of antibiotics- one of the greatest public health challenges of this generation.

For more information please visit The Scottish Government Newsroom

Rate of Cancer Deaths Continue to Fall

17.11.2015 Over the last 10 years the rate of cancer deaths has dropped by 11% according to figures published by ISD Scotland.

For more information please visit The Scottish Government Newsroom.

Updated ‘Shooting up: infections among people who inject drugs in the UK’ Report

17.11.2015  The updated’Shooting Up – Infections among people who inject drugs in the UK 2012′ report found patterns of injecting drug use are changing, but infection risk for all drug users remains high.

For more information please visit Health Protection Scotland website

Four Nations: How Evidence-based are Alcohol Policies and Programmes Across the UK? Report

13.11.2015 The ‘Four Nations: How Evidence-based are Alcohol Policies and Programmes Across the UK’ report finds that Scotland is leading the way in taking evidence based action to tackle alcohol misuse.

For more information, including access to the report, please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom 

Scottish Health Council e-Connect

13.11.2015 The latest edition of the Scottish Health Council’s awareness bulletin, e-Connect, has been published.

For more information, including access to the bulletin, please visit the Scottish Health Council website.

Getting to Know GIRFEC BSL Video Series

10.11.2015 A new BSL video series has been launched with the aim of informing children and young people, their parents and carers about the Getting it Right for Every Child (GIRFEC) approach.

For more information please visit the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland website.

New NHS Grampian Director of Public Health (DPH) Annual Report

09.11.2015 The new NHS Grampian DPH Annual Report 2014-15 is now available.

Please click on the link to view the report: NHS Grampian DPH Annual Report 2014 -15

The Impact of Food and Drink Marketing on Scotland’s Children and Young People

08.11.2015 The Scottish Government has renewed calls for adverts promoting high fat, salt and sugar foods to be stopped before 9pm- after new research on the impact of food and drink marketing on children and young people in Scotland.

For more information, including access to the research report, please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom.

Mental Health and Wellbeing among Adolescents in Scotland

03.11.2015 Trends and key associations for the mental health of children aged 13 and 15 have published today in the ‘Mental Health and Wellbeing among Adolescents’ in Scotland report.

For more information, including access to the report, please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom.

Get Active this Autumn

02.11.2015 Sport Aberdeen in partnership with the Aberdeen Mental Health & Wellness Network are offering a seven week programme of activities in Autumn 2015 to promote a healthy body for a healthy mind.

For more information please click on the following link: Get Active this Autumn

Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland Annual Report

29.10.2015 The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland Annual Report for 2014-15 has been published.

For more information, including access to the report, please visit the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland website.

Long-term Monitoring of Health Inequalities: Headline Indicators

27.10.2015 The latest ‘Long-term Monitoring of Health Inequalities: Headline Indicators’ report has been published.

For more information, including access to the report, please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

Digital Inclusion and Mental Health

26.10.2015 Outside the Box have published Hints and Tips for people affected by poor mental health, to provide information about the pro’s and con’s of using the internet, in addition to keeping safe online and getting online cheaply.

Please click on the following link to access the publication: Digital Inclusion and Mental Health: Hints and Tips

SIGN Guideline Survey

21.10.2015 The online Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) Guideline Survey is open, and allows users of the site to give feedback on their experience of finding information on the SIGN website.

For more information, including access to the survey, please visit SIGN Guideline Surveys Webapge.

Winter Mortality in Scotland 2014/15 Published

20.10.2015 Statistics  released from the National Records of Scotland show that Winter 2014/15 had the highest number of deaths registered since Winter 1999/2000.

For more information, including access to the publication, please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

MoveMore Aberdeen Milestone

19.10.2015 Macmillan Cancer MoveMore Aberdeen, a project which delivers a range of physical activity groups to individuals affected by cancer, has reached the milestone of 100 referrals!

For more information please visit Macmillan Cancer Move More Aberdeen

Cornfields Scotland – Road to Recovery and Return to Work

19.10.2015 Cornfields Scotland have developed the ‘Road to Recovery – Return to Work’ initiative to support people in the recovery of trauma or illness, and return to employment.

For more information please visit Cornfields – Road to Recovery and Return to Work

GP Services go Digital

16.10.2015 Over the next 3 years, more GP surgeries will offer digital services such as online appointment booking and prescription ordering.

For more information please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

Mental Welfare Commission Published 3 New Good Practice Guides

16.10.2015 The Mental Welfare Commission have published 3 new good practice guides for those working with people with mental ill health or learning disability.

For more information, including access to the guides, please click on this link.

Realigning Children’s Services – New Website

13.10.2015 ‘Realigning Children’s Services’ website has been created to provide additional information for children, families and professionals about the Realigning Children’s Services programme in Scotland.

Please click on the link to visit the website: Realigning Children’s Services

First National Cancer Patient Experience Survey

09.10.2015 A new cancer patient experience survey gives cancer patients the chance to share their views about their treatment, in order to help shape the future of cancer care in Scotland.

For more information please visit the Scottish Government Newsroom

SIGN 100: A Handbook for Patient and Carer Representatives

09.10.2015 New handbook explains how SIGN develops clinical guidelines for the NHS in Scotland, including patient/ carer involvement.

Please click on the following link to read the new handbook: SIGN 100 – A Handbook for Patient and Carer Representatives

Age Scotland Health Information Guide

02.10.2015 Age Scotland has produced a ‘Health Information Guide’ to encourage older people to look after their health.

Please click on the following link to read the guide: Age Scotland Health Information Guide

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