Many conditions, One life: Living Well with Multiple Conditions

Many Conditions One Life is a new Action Plan to improve care and support for people living with multiple conditions in Scotland.

It was developed with the ALLIANCE Academy and their network of people living with multiple conditions who shared their lived experience and told us what they expect from health and care professionals.

The Action Plan describes ten actions we must take in each GP practice, in all community teams and in every community in Scotland so that:

All adults with multiple conditions are supported to live well and experience seamless care from the right person when they need it and where they want it.

Scotland further enhances its reputation as a world leader in research and innovation in Integrated Care and multiple conditions.

For further information on the Multiple Conditions Action Plan contact

Dr Anne Hendry, National Clinical Lead for Integrated Care: Anne.Hendry@scotland.gsi.gov.uk

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