Items Tagged ‘Communication’

Working Together to Live Your Life to the Maximum (News Item)

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We worked together with the Inverclyde Supported Self Care Network to deliver a networking event highlighting a huge range of services available to people with long term conditions in the Inverclyde area. Read this event summary to find out more about the day.

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My Skills, My Strength, My Right to Work: improving employment for people living with long term conditions (News Item)

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The My Skills, My Strength, My Right to Work campaign has been created to assist employers to be more informed about long term health conditions and reasonable adjustment as well as encourage an approachable partnership between employees and employers. Read more about the campaign.

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Self management: It’s all about good conversations (News Item)

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Amy Solon from Waverley Care writes about the exciting work that came from being approached by International HIV partnerships (a not-for-profit organisation that develops partnerships with key stakeholders across Central and South East Europe and the Middle East) to see how Waverley Care’s self management project could be replicated on international soil.

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A Consultant’s Reflections on the Relevance of Self Management in Health Care (News Item)

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Hans Hartung, Consultant Respiratory Physician at University Hospital Crosshouse Kilmarnock, Ayrshire and Arran, shares his reflections on the relevance of self management in health care. Click ‘Read more’ to find out how communication and changing relationships has altered Hans Hartung’s practice.

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Breaking Down Barriers to Self Management (News Item)

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Health and social care pathways mapping conducted in the Ayrshire and Arran area revealed barriers to self-management encountered by sensory impaired people. This mapping exercise was a partnership between RNIB Scotland, Action on Hearing Loss Scotland, East, North, South Ayrshire Councils and NHS Ayrshire and Arran.

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