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Something old, something new

It’s been a while since we had a blog from Scottish Health Monthly so we were very pleased to see them return this week with a summary of health related posts captured during June. This post highlights blogs from an

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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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Leadership in a digital world

A great blog from Derek Brown looking at why and how leaders can make use of social media. Derek shares his own experience of using Twitter and the benefits he has seen for engagement along with information sharing and gathering.

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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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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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United Leadership (part 1)

A fantastic post this week by Andy Johnson who looks at the subject of leadership for week 24 of weekly blog club. After a recent visit to the home of Manchester United, Andy is inspired by the leadership within the

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Un-like us

Eddie Coates-Madden recently pitched a session at the LGComms Academy unconference session on how to move into sexy and leadership jobs in central government. Eddie led a lively discussion which questioned whether comms folk, who are skilled at representing others,

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A place to talk leadership #OTalk

Wow, Elaine Hunter has been asked to deliver the prestigious College of Occupational Therapy Dr Elizabeth Casson Memorial Lecture at this years conference which is taking place on the 19th June. In this blog Elaine shares how she is preparing

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Living life the Wigan way

This week Kenny McDonald talks football, and in particular the leadership of manager Roberto Martinez. Kenny admires the professional manner in which Roberto presents not only himself but all associated with Wigan Football Club, showing us that we can all

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