Blog Archives

Pizzas are delivered………

On the Dumfries and Galloway Health blog this week we hear from Consultant Midwife Karen King. Karen blogs about promoting women to have a normal birth and the crucial role midwives have in supporting this. The emphasis in Karen’s blogs

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Rays of Humanity

Ewan Kelly talks about aspects of working in healthcare which continue to keep him motivated and insprired even through the toughest of times. This includes observing courage, humour and human interaction. Ewan blogs about the rays of humanity which may

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Menopause in the workplace

With such a significant proportion of the workforce being women, and being over the age of 50, many are experiencing the hormonal changes of the perimenopause and of the menopause. Heather Currie blogs about the effects of this in the

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Front Page News

A great blog on the Dumfries and Galloway Health page from Andrew Eccleston who, only 2 weeks into a new job, was asked to undertake an interview on a paediatric staffing crisis. This blog explains how Andrew, who had no media experience, prepared

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Pride, Passion, Professionalism

On the Dumfries and Galloway Health blog Hazel Borland celebrates 30 years in nursing, by looking back on some of the colleagues who influenced her practice to this very day. Pride, Passion, Professionalism by Hazel Borland on the Dumfries and Galloway Blog

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