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Sarah McDonald Nov 10
A unique opportunity to develop the role of the clinical pharmacy technician in an innovative, patient-centred clinical pharmacy service in , strongly committed to the principles of .
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RoryMack Apr 28
Please take the time to read this excellent booklet by Prof Taylor - whether you are patient, relative, carer or healthcare professional - 32 pages of plain English. Goals of shared informed decision making and ⁩ ⁦
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Calvin J. Lightbody Mar 2
A Focus on podcast Part II, this time exploring the hospital perspective with consultant geriatrician Dr Helen McKee. Is hospital the right place to care for our frail elderly, particularly at end of life?
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Graham Kramer Feb 16
Personalising care and shared decision making is at the heart of . It’s not an “intervention” that you resist doing until someone provides evidence of positive outcomes. You practise it because you and your patients value it.
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Dan Beckett Oct 3
We over-prescribe care for our patients because we assess them when they are at their most vulnerable - in hospital! ⁦
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ISD_Scotland Mar 6
What’s coming up in the Scottish Atlas of Healthcare Variation? We will publish around fifty maps on the following themes during 2020/21. More information about the releases will be added to the web pages in advance of each quarter.
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GSBSRC May 23
First post-return sleep study to remote patient sent out, and all set in our ⁦ new remote management room. Test run with from ⁦⁦⁩: exciting progress with connected resp-sleep care.
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Dr Janine Simpson May 16
Great days start with . 2 words. Huge impact says
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Julie Coyle 🧴🧼👏 Oct 8
Really enjoyed today's conference in Glasgow. Loved the opportunity to volunteer and to speak to people about their experience of healthcare at the pop up in the Savoy centre. Feeling uplifted and enthusiastic. Thanks and the team 💕
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Martin Vernon Dec 1
There is ‘no one size fits all’ approach to older people with care needs. So not a solution but a key shift of emphasis throughout later life towards shared decision making, personalised care & support planning and as set out at👉
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Point of Care Fdn May 31
'Evidence shows that people who attend regularly are half as likely to suffer psychological distress'. 's annual report (Chapter3). We're pleased to see Rounds making an impact in Scotland.
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NHSGGC-Realistic Medicine Sep 25
Hello everyone! New site launching to keep our people posted on and publicise NHS GGC events and developments Follows and RTs appreciated!
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Claire Austin Oct 8
Reducing workplace stress workshop at Realistic Medicine Conference....you can't give what you don't have...
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Neera Gajree Jan 31
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Margaret Whoriskey Apr 13
funding just allocated to 11 Boards. Fantastic engagement & real opportunity now to adopt across Scotland. @michelle_SCTT
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Paul Graham Apr 25
Pretty chuffed to have been asked to contribute to the good work of the team. Thanks especially to all of the colleagues who have been generous...and vulnerable, in sharing their stories at
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Lea Bohn Jun 12
Great presentation by David Lowe at : AI to be thought of as Actionable Insights; helping to move from reactive care to protective care by use of data from both hospital EHR and home monitoring to create individual care paths for COPD patients
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Phillip Couser 21 Mar 19
⁩ bringing to end a great session on the Cancer Innovation Challenge in Scotland. Loved hearing how the challenge is delivering innovate solutions that are already benefiting patients.
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Hazel White Oct 2
With today. Amazing folks from this corner of , exploring + . Notes with minor updates.
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Calvin J. Lightbody Dec 4
Highlighting the need for open, honest and realistic conversations in acute care. Appreciating the context of hospital admission and the potential consequences of treatment escalation is key here to making an appropriate care plan.
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