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A magical montage

Big congratulations to the Scottish Health Monthly for curating a fine collection of health related blogs for 6 months now. Again, the quality and variety of blogs for June is amazing, and anyone with an interest in health related matters

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Posted in communicating, digital technology, education, emergency services, health, health services, learning, medical practice, mental health, patient care, therapy

Caring, volunteering and walking

Hello lovely bloggers, it’s me Kate Bentham again, sitting in the Weekly Blog Club hot seat, well slouching on the sofa to be precise. I hope you’ve all had a good week? I’m going to top that off nicely now with some

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Posted in #WeeklyBlogClub summary, blogging, communicating, communities, conferences, culture, family, good causes, health, health services, leadership, literature, local government, medical practice, natural environment, patient care, photography, public relations, public sector, public spaces, setting goals, storytelling, training, visual arts, walking, walking, working practices

ECCF personal and professional improvement

Graham Kane has recently completed the Early Clinical Careers Fellowship (ECCF) which is an initiative unique to Scotland designed to assist talented newly qualified nurses and midwives develop the personal, professional and academic skills they need to become nurse leaders.

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Posted in education, health, health services, learning, patient care, public sector, training, working practices, workplace

The Northern Lights

Professor Angela Wallace uses a very colourful and extraordinary natural phenomenon as her metaphor for the implementation of the Early Clinical Career Fellowships programme and the Fellows themselves. The Northern Lights by Professor Angela Wallace on the Ayrshire Health blog.

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