Monthly Archives: January 2015

Mental Health Nursing in Scotland – Individual Perspectives by Sharlaine Walker and Emma Lamont

“They tried to bury us. They didn’t know we were the seeds.” (Mexican proverb) Mental health conditions in Scotland are described in terms of recovery and social inclusion, yet many people still experience stigma and are socially disabled by their … Continue reading

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State of the Art in Medical Education by John McCulloch

There has been a growing recognition from the medical profession of the role of the arts and humanities in medical training (Anderson 2003; Boisaubin 2000; Calman 1996; Lazarus 2003; Udvarhelyi 1993). Ninewells Medical School Teaching Hospital places importance in developing … Continue reading

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Communication by Kevin McGinley

Being connected in hospital can make the world of difference. For a number of years Dundee Library and Information Services has been enabling those people who are at risk of becoming digitally excluded get online. I was really impressed by colleagues who … Continue reading

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Welcome to TaysideHealth

Welcome to the first blog from TaysideHealth.  This blog has been set up as a resource for the people of Tayside, by the people of Tayside, to share health knowledge, ideas and achievements, and ultimately to help spread experience, opinion and … Continue reading

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