Implementation Method

A successful pilot for proof of concept was carried out in the Maxillo Facial Out Patient Clinic at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and Making every Opportunity Count is now been rolled out throughout Grampian.

  • Adapting the NHS East Midlands Approach
  • Delivery of Face to Face training (orientation and awareness)
  • elearning Module Training (Module 1: Brief Encounters; Module 2: Motivating Change). Please note Module 1 – Brief Encounters makes reference to recommended alcohol units for men.
    The current recommendation on alcohol units for Men is no more than 14 units of alcohol per week.
  • Gathering Case Studies
  • Health Promoting Health Service, Making every Opportunity Count Tab

Current areas implementing and embedding Making Every Opportunity Counts:

Acute Sector

  • 11 Outpatient Departments, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
  • Outpatient Department, Woodend Hospital
  • Pre-assessment, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
  • Ante-natal Clinic, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital
  • Aberdeen Centre for Reproduction Medicine, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital
  • Kildrummy Day Hospital, Royal Cornhill Hospital
  • Radiology, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
  • Rheumatology, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
  • Dermatology, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
  • Sleep Apnoea, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
  • Shuttle Bus Drivers, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary

Aberdeen City HSCP

Aberdeenshire HSCP

Moray HSCP

Third Sector Partners

Programmes being developed

  • Pharmacy, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
  • Facilities, NHS Grampian

 NHS Grampian MeOC Group – Meeting Documents

  • To be added soon

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