Action Area: Multiple Conditions: Living Well in Localities
Most people with multiple conditions in Scotland are under 65 years. People in deprived areas experience multiple physical and mental health conditions 10 -15 years earlier than those living in more affluent areas. Read More
The purpose of this Protocol is to help support effective communication between Hospital and community based staff around the provision of community equipment to ensure the best outcomes for patients being discharged from hospital. This example is for partnerships to adapt and use as a tool within their local areas.
The final QNI/QNIS Voluntary Standards for District Nursing will enhance, not replace, the existing NMC standards, and are designed to support the development of education programmes for contemporary and future practice. QNI and QNIS established an advisory group made up of experts from each of the UK countries, including senior figures from education, commissioning, third […]
A Scottish conference on Falls Prevention was brought to a standstill today (Wednesday 30 September) when a group of older people performed a flash mob dance to 80s Banarama pop hit “It Ain’t What You Do (Its The Way That You Do It)”. The group, from one of North Lanarkshire Leisure’s Strength and Balance Exercise […]
ROYAL VOLUNTARY SERVICE, SUPPORTING HOSPITAL DISCHARGE Our Home from Hospital Service places a caring volunteer at the centre of an older person’s recovery plan dramatically improving their experience at discharge, their confidence and their wellbeing and helping them regain independence and resilience.