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Scot Gov Health & Justice Collaboration Oct 24
I (Emma) really, really enjoyed this interview with CEO. Please do take the time to read, you will be inspired, i promise 😃 Thank you again, so pleased to have you as part of the Collaboration Board.
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Scot Gov Health & Justice Collaboration Oct 23
Raising an imaginary glass this evening to the organisers of , especially and , for their amazing commitment and planning over the last year. Let's build on this momentum with the family in Scotland and abroad!
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Hannah Graham Mar 6
Article on 'smart ' - monitoring sensors, - being used with older prisoners. Also important to question and discuss whether older people with disabilities or illness should be in ? For what purpose?
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OrlandoHM Nov 7
The collective leadership approach is a brilliant way of working together with people in complex systems, and "making the invisible visible". We can't just do more of the same and expect different outcomes - we have to work differently.
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Legal Action Center Jul 15
Important piece in by on the need for to be part of the response to the current -related :
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Manira Ahmad May 20
“Championing Recovery in a Prison Environment” - @JohnMcCMack opens discussion exploring & models & the art of the possible ! A beautiful scene setting by Liz McKenzie
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Claudia Bellinger 12 Dec 18
Supporting Leadership Awards Luncheon today. Inspired by the work that they do!
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Jocelyn Anderson 15 Dec 18
Replying to @stories_insci
I study how and other providers can impact the outcomes of people who have experienced violence
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Sarah Hughes FMHC Sep 20
Just a few days to go before and I travel to see our friends over for their very exciting conference to talk about Mustn’t forget to pack the suncream, apparently it’s hot over there ☀️
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OrlandoHM Oct 22
Very proud of my colleagues and who were presenting to 5 Nations colleagues: working with Health and Social Care partnerships to introduce integrated models of care to prisons. It's tricky, complex work which is really important.
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Revolving Doors 18 Jan 19
Replying to @RevDoors
Nearly a third (32.1%) of adult prisoners who needed ongoing treatment successfully engaged with community-based treatment within 21 days of release.
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Jo Rance RN MSc Jan 23
listening to and briefing about great to hear mention of nursing in prisons.
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Scot Gov Health & Justice Collaboration Oct 23
At the last day of @LEPH2019 today. As always it is a pleasure listening to . We should all
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Legal Action Center Oct 29
"Eliminating disparities requires attention to the systemic factors that lead to ill health, including poverty & structural ." in
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🇨🇦 Lisa Whittingham 🇪🇺 Feb 21
Wonderful study completed by Dr. Lin and Dr. Lunsky. I am honoured to be learning from both scientists right now.
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Legal Action Center Apr 3
Moki Macias : "We need to uplift the stories of the people we’re working with to inform broader reform, respect their lived experiences & center their dignity."
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Rob Furby RN Nov 24
Landed in Bristol for the 7th summit! Carbs, gin and sleep ready for day one!
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Revolving Doors 18 Jan 19
Replying to @RevDoors
A third of people entering alcohol and drug treatment in secure settings had a mental health need (which was identified and reported by healthcare services).
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RCGP_SecureEnvironments Jan 31
⁩ Hon.Sec ⁦⁩ and the Chair of the ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Quick photo op at the 6th Health and Justice Summit!!!
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Revolving Doors 18 Jan 19
Replying to @RevDoors
Just over half of all adults (54%) were either a parent or had children living with them prior to coming into the secure setting
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