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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

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

Olympics, reflections…and a remembrance

It was much harder than usual to choose the title for the Week 31 Weekly Blog Club summary. I will leave the post that made it so tough till the last, although it was not quite the last published during

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