HI-Net Members’ Bulletin – April 2018

Welcome to the April 2018 edition of the HI-Net Members’ Bulletin!

We hope you find this bulletin useful, and like always we welcome your feedback, requests and comments. Just contact the HI-Net Team on hinet@nhs.net. Also, if you are the author of an area on HI-Net and have any content to update, please get in touch.

Thank you for your time!

Kind regards
Hollie Knox

Latest News

Evening Series Talks – Connected Transport Systems of the Future

Aberdeen City Council, Robert Gordon University and the University of Aberdeen have collaborated to organise a series of evening talks on the theme of Connected Transport Systems of the Future which will run from February to May 2018.

The presentation series will look at not only what the future of transport systems may look like and the increasing role of smart phones, but also how sustainable transport solutions can be further developed between cities and rural areas linking to national, regional and local transport policy.

The series of evening talks has been organised and funded through the EU funded project ‘CiViTAS PORTIS’ which has the purpose of designing, demonstrating and evaluating sets of sustainable transport measures that address the mobility problems of port cities across Europe.

Further information on the Evening Series Talks can be found in the Information Leaflet.

Please book your free space via eventbrite  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/connected-transport-systems-evening-talk-series-tickets-42314827789

Events Calendar

The Med-Chi Lecture – Thursday, 12 April 2018

This Med-Chi lecture, with Dr David Christmas will discuss the Modern Management of Treatment-Refractory Depression and OCD. Held on Thursday 12th April 2018 at 7pm – 9pm at the Medico-Chirurgical Hall, Medical School, Foresterhill, Aberdeen, AB25 2ZD.

RGU Hermeneutic Phenomenology Symposium – Friday 27 April 2018

This event is for post-graduate research students, researchers and academics working within health and social care. It is an exciting opportunity to listen to experienced researchers who have used a hermeneutic phenomenological approach to highlight some of the challenges in undertaking this type of study and to demonstrate how philosophical concepts can be applied to illuminate meaning within health and social care related research projects. This all day event will be held on Friday 27th April at Robert Gordon’s University.

For 2018 we need your events! Events include; information sessions, drop-ins, conferences, training courses and workshops.

To submit your health improvement event please contact the HI-Net team on hinet@nhs.net

healthpoint Campaign

The healthpoint hold monthly campaigns inclusive of activity weeks for the staff and public to take a practical approach to health with help from specialist services. These campaigns are all done in line with both local and national campaigns. Please see the healthpoint campaigns below.

April 2018

Physical Activity

www.nhsghpcat.org

Recommended Leaflets:

  • Move More, Sit Less
  • Walk more, feel the difference
  • Get Moving,   Healthy Happy Kids

Other Health Campaigns

April 2018

HI-Net Content Update

If you would like to include your news and/or events in future bulletins please get in touch by contacting the HI-Net team on hinet@nhs.net.

We hope you enjoyed this edition of the HI-Net Members’ Bulletin! The next edition will be circulated in May 2018.

In this Section

Submit News

Do you have news related to health improvement you would like to share? Submit your news to HI-Net on hinet@nhs.net

Submit Events

To submit your event (e.g. training session, conference, workshop and so on) please email HI-Net on hinet@nhs.net

Submit Campaign

Do you have a campaign related to health improvement you would like to share? Submit your campaign to HI-Net on hinet@nhs.net