Monthly Archives: May 2015

Early Years Collaborative: a positive impact on low income families in Leith by Graham MacKenzie

Inspired by Carol Barnett’s blog about the Healthy Start programme in Tayside, Graham MacKenzie, Consultant in Public Health explains how the introduction of improvement science has seen this programme grow in NHS Lothian … The Early Years Collaborative (EYC) launched in … Continue reading

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A Relationship with Resilience by Grant King

#selfcare provokes #goodcare I believe that it was the above tweet that instigated a conversation leading to this blog post.   As part of a twit-chat looking at self-care in nursing, I noted the relationship between nurses’ self-care and the quality … Continue reading

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Realising Potential Together by Elaine Hunter

This blog was originally posted on the Alzheimer Scotland site Let’s Talk about Dementia on 19th March 2015. March 2015 saw the launch of an allied health professional policy document called “Driving Improvement: Implementing Realising Potential an Action plan for … Continue reading

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I am not a student anymore …. by Niamh Donnelly

Eight years of primary education, five years of secondary education, moved away from home for four years of university education. That’s seventeen years of full-time education, twenty-two years of developing as a person, twenty-two years of hard-work, developing friendships, collecting … Continue reading

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