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Just another day!

I really enjoyed reading this blog from Heather Currie on the Dumfries and Galloway Health Blog. Heather reflects on some of her own patient experiences, recalling specific details about the care she received, the way she was spoken to by

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First impressions count

When preparing for a new job, as Chief Executive of NHS Scotland, Paul Gray visited a number of NHS Boards to meet staff and patients. He was inspired by what he found. Then a few days before starting, tragedy hit so many when

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Learn a single trick

A excellent blog this week from the people at Person Centred Dumfries and Galloway sharing their views on a Learning session on focused People at the Centre of Health and Care. The blog includes information on the #HelloMyNameIs campaign for all

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End of Life Care Pathway – Giving the time to Choose What Matters

This post explains the purpose of End of Life Care registers End of Life Care Pathway – Giving the Time to Choose What Matters by Karen Jones posted by Martin Brunet via The Binscombe Doctor Blog

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