Blog Archives

Cultural differences

A moving blog this week from Ann Gow on the Ayrshire Health Blog. Ann shares with us a recent sad time for her family following the death of an Aunt. Ann describes how due to culture, alongside the wishes of

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The Untitled One

Hello lovely people, it is me, Kate Bentham standing in this week as guest curator. I have to say I’ve had a fabulous week reading all your blogs, there were 23 in total, so great to see the numbers still so high into

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The challenges ahead for Improving Outcome for Children and Young People

A very interesting blog on the Ayrshire Health Blog this week from Kath Evans looking at the challenges ahead in improving health care services for children and young people. The post also looks at the role that parents and schools

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Opinions in 140 characters

This week Derek Barron blogs about his experience of taking part in a Twitter discussion about nursing. Not only does Derek look at the reach of the discussion but also the debate which took place, something which can be a

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Posted in communicating, health, health services, mental health, patient care, social media