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Bring in the meningitis b vaccine

Nic Davis Uley tells us this week that meningitis kills more under 5s that any other infectious disease, and which on average kills 2 children a week, yet there is a vaccine available. Nic has joined a campaign by Meningitis Now to lobby

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Business lessons from a toddler!

How can toddlers teach us about business? Learning manager Andy Johnson writes about a presentation by Paul Lindley, founder and Chief Executive of Ella’s Kitchen that made him smile. Business lessons from a toddler! by Andy Johnson.

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Language, art and a bit of elbow grease

We’ve had 10 contributions this week – thanks to everyone who’s blogged, read and liked the posts, as well as anyone who’s decided to follow the blog. It’s been great reading all your posts, and I highly recommend looking after

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Integration – one year on

Garry Coutts has blogged for Ayrshire Health on the Highland Council and NHS Highland’s agreement to integrate health and social care, where the council has become responsible for children’s services including health care and the health board for adult services

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“Was it not just an aeroplane?”

A fabulous blog from Stuart Macintosh this week, proving that it’s difficult to outwit a 6 year old, that children will ask the questions you’ve been avoiding answering so be prepared, and that they will basically tell it as it is. Bless

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Bribe

For week 44 of Weekly Blog Club Naomi on The Minimal List, writes about how parents can sometimes offer a reward (read bride) if they want their children to comply, and how this can be a bad habit to break,

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