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The Alliance to host health and social care engagement events – Scotland

A series of local engagement events will take place this month (October) to help support the remobilisation of health and social care services in Scotland, following the Coronavirus pandemic. The Cabinet Secretary for Health has invited the The Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (The ALLIANCE) as a member of the Mobilisation Recovery Group, to lead […]

Self Management Week 2020 – 28th-2nd October

Self Management WeekThis week is Self Management Week 2020 in Scotland (28th September to 2nd October 2020). Now in its 10th year, Self Management Week is led by The Health and Social Alliance Scotland The ALLIANCE).  It recognises and celebrates self management approaches happening across Scotland, raises awareness across health, social care and the third sector, and engages people […]

deafscotland conference to be held in March

deafscotland conference to be held in March 2020deafscotland will host its annual conference in Glasgow in March. ‘Connect and Capitalise – Right Design for Communication’ will take place on Tuesday 17th March at the DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Glasgow Central. There are three keynote speakers presenting on the day, as well as a variety of workshops centred around the main theme. There […]

Free hearing loss course – Edinburgh

Free hearing loss course in EdinburghA free six-week course to help individuals manage changes in their hearing, will start in Edinburgh next month (February). Topics covered include: Managing you hearing aids Lipreading Technology There will also be guest speakers, including a volunteer from Hearing Link to speak our services and support. The course will take place on the following dates: […]

Scottish Government publishes revised Charter of Patient Rights

NHS Scotland Patient CharterThe Scottish Government has published a revised Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities. Every person who accesses NHS services in Scotland has rights about how they access and receive their care. These rights ensure that people are treated safely, fairly and effectively, and with consideration, dignity and respect. The Charter of Patient Rights and Responsibilities […]

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