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Annual report on the impact of Scotland’s 32 Third Sector Interfaces

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Voluntary Action Scotland has launched the second annual report on the impact of Scotland’s 32 Third Sector Interfaces (TSI’s). Entitled ‘Supporting A Stronger Third Sector’ it demonstrates the increasingly important role TSIs are playing in connecting, supporting and advocating for the third sector, community and voluntary groups, locally. Throughout the report case studies are used from across […]

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WebEx – Community Capacity building and the Meal Makers project

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We recently hosted a WebEx session on community capacity building; outlining JIT’s work, the national context and showcasing the exciting ‘Meal Makers’ project, which aims to link cooks with local people who are less able to cook meals for themselves. We recorded the session and it can be accessed below: Topic: Community Capacity Building – […]

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Home not Housing with the Scottish Universities Insight Institute

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Home not Housing was a knowledge mobilisation exercise that sought to explore shared understandings of home, neighbourhood and wellbeing. Amanda Britain attended from the JIT on behalf of the housing team. At three ideas workshops (in May, July and October 2014) a common vocabulary was identified, linkages between the terms were examined, and the final workshop, […]

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Embracing the Future – A Masterclass

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The Joint Improvement Team recently contributed to an innovative event, hosted by The Alliance and part of their Health and Social Care Academy ‘Being Human’ series. You can find out more about what happened here and the presentation from Derek Feeley, Executive Vice President of the Institute of Healthcare Improvement, can be seen by clicking […]

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JIT WebEx – Falls Prevention in Care Homes

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The Joint Improvement Team recently hosted two very popular WebEx sessions on falls prevention in care homes. If you missed these, you can still view the recording of the session by clicking on the link below.    

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