Blog Archives

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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Posted in conferences, health, health services, ideas/innovation, leadership, learning, managing change, patient care, public sector, working practices

Whose needs are being met?

This week Ken Donaldson tells us of two elderly and frail patients, who both needed care and treatment. The care received by one, helped Ken to questions whose needs were being met when it came to decisions about patient care,

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Posted in health, health services, patient care, working practices

Daffodils in full bloom

A wonderful blog from Ros Gray,on the Ayrshire Health site which brought a tear to my eye. Ros looks beyond the technical care of patients and focuses on  compassionate, person centred care, and ensuring patient safety. Lots of important questions

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Posted in family, health, health services, leadership, medical practice, patient care, public sector, working practices

A Tweet in the Life

We like this idea from Susan Munro who has blogged about a week showcasing the work she has undertaken, the twist is Susan shares a typical week as tweets and only uses 140 characters. A Tweet in the Life by Susan Munro  

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Posted in communicating, health, health services, social media