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Reaching out to hospital patients at the end of life

A fascinating blog post this week from David Clark on the Dumfries and Galloway Health blog. David and colleagues wanted to  to establish what proportion of people in hospital at any one time are in the last year of life. The

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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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My Great War journey is at an end

William Currie died during the Battles of Arras on 3 May 1917, shot by a sniper. The end of Carolyne’s amazing family history journey has ended with her visiting the sites and laying a flower at his memorial. My own great-great-Uncle

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