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Helen Christmas Oct 22
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Jane Mulcahy Oct 24
While my voice barely functioned due to a headcold/touch of laryngitis & our 1hr session was too short to do justice to 4 talks w 6 speakers, inc two gr8 presentations incorporating voices of lived experience, it was a super panel that fit together well. Thanks !
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Joe Schafer Oct 20
Looking forward to the start of Edinburgh. Starting in a bit with Fair & Just Prosecution meetings. Tomorrow the full meeting starts. Three days on public heath and law enforcement issues. An outstanding agenda.
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Callum Oct 22
Looking forward to speaking at the tomorrow.
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Rania Hamad Oct 19
Only the PhD Workshop would get me out of bed this time on a rainy Saturday! Shaping up to be a great programme ☺️
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Will Linden Oct 23
Come and listen to callum today at lunchtime today you will not regret it. A very real story of change and hope
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Karyn McCluskey Oct 22
i have heard so many times..I still love listening to him. I thank my lucky stars that and I met him decades ago in Glasgow and he was a great supporter and fellow disrupter
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Prof Gary Hutchison Oct 21
Scotland’s Chief Constable states 80% of 2.5 million calls to police Scotland last year did not result in a crime being recorded but were a cry for help be that incidents that relate drugs & alcohol or mental health. Conference hosted by underway!
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Tracey Price Oct 22
Doesn't matter what the question is... the answer is always humanity, love & compassion. The basics really are not basics at all. Loved Sir Harry Burn's presentation today. I give you, the molecular biology of a hug
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Joe Apps Oct 21
Morning sun on the castle on the walk down to
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Lucy Lang Oct 23
This is where they used to hang people in Scotland, which abolished the death penalty in 1965. During my visit with I was inspired to learn that today Glasgow is pioneering a highly effective public health model to respond to gun violence.
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clairthomson47 Oct 23
Absolutely fantastic work by the organisers well done! & 4 coordinating the planning 4 Police Scotland my wonderful colleagues & - let’s build connections & relationships ignited from ⭐️
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Scott Burris Oct 22
ASPHER’s John Middleton asks: if public health problems are multidisciplinary, why do we train in silos?
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Paul Bartolomeo Oct 21
what do you think of our public health approach to policing principles? Can you help us with examples of where this is working in practice? Feedback via Slido #1039
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Dan Jacques Oct 21
Arrived at to share the findings from our collaboration between statutory and charitable organisations to build community capacity and resilience in Gloucestershire
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Gillian Routledge Oct 21
Great input from on ACEs at . We need to work together to break the cycle.
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Lib Peck Oct 21
Really positive to share ideas and catch up with friends and colleagues in Edinburgh today @clare_dhami & Welsh VRU. An inspiring but all too short trip.
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Rose McConnachie Oct 23
with some of the fabulous user group from to hear about the experiences and rights of people with LD and/or autism going through court - complex systems and language for anyone to navigate and try and get a fair outcome
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Chris White Oct 22
Big shout out to all those like who take the time ( & risk) to talk about their experiences of services. Hard hitting stories to hear, but stories we need to hear, more importantly stories that must drive change. our report card reads "must try harder"
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Miriam Krinsky Oct 21
5500 overdose deaths in the UK. “They are your neighbors...friends, relatives. Each one has a family&lived in our community. But they are the most stigmatized in our community.” ⁦⁩ on the need for public health responses to drug use. ⁦
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