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Kinder Communities: The power of everyday relationships (Resource)

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Evidence consistently shows that positive relationships and kindness are at the heart of our wellbeing. In this discussion paper Carnegie Associate Zoe Ferguson starts a process to engage directly with people who want to inject kindness into their work and communities.

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Long Term Conditions Information Pathway (Resource)

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The Long Term Conditions Information Pathway has been designed to assist NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde staff, who work with patients who have Long Term Conditions, or their carers. It identifies publications which are available to support effective communication with patients.

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If Scotland’s current framework of NHS targets has had its day, what next? (Resource)

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A series of opinion articles on the approach to targets in NHS Scotland commissioned by the Royal College of Nursing Scotland.

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Developing the Third Sector’s Role in Health and Social Care Integration (Resource)

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A handbook on developing the role of the third sector in health and social care integration.

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Think Piece: Community Anchors (Resource)

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What Works Scotland Research Associate James Henderson refects on the potential for community anchors to provide locally-led Scottish public service reform.

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Self Management Briefing 2015 (Resource)

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The Self Management Partnership and Practice Programme team have produced a briefing on self management which may be of interest to anyone working in health and social care. The briefing provides some key points about self management as well as outlining how to ensure self management is planned for locally.

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Building on the IMPACT An interim report of the Self Management IMPACT Fund 2013 – 2015 (Resource)

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The Self Management IMPACT Fund provides a unique opportunity for third sector organisations and partnerships to develop and strengthen new project ideas that support self management as well as building upon existing approaches. The IMPACT Fund has already demonstrated essential learning about the impact of self management.

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Reviews presented at a self management showcase seminar (Resource)

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Reviews presented at a self-management showcase seminar, hosted by GCU’s Self-Management Special Interest Group and the Institute for Applied Health Research. These reviews were gathered and shared by the NHS Ayrshire and Arran Self Management Network.

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Living in the Gap: a voluntary health sector perspective on health inequalities in Scotland (Resource)

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Living in the gap pulls together material from a wide ranging survey of the voluntary health sector about health inequalities in Scotland and illustrates the role of the sector through a series of case studies.

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Self Management: Lived Experience Driving Change in Health and Social Care (Resource)

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The ALLIANCE has published its latest thinkpiece, highlighting the role of self management and lived experience in driving change in health and social care.

The thinkpiece has been published to support the dialogue around the integration of health and social care. It is based on our collective learning on the development of self management in Scotland.

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