Food is an important part of life in a care home – mealtimes are a focal point of the day for everyone to come together As a chef, I know the importance of good nutrition – but I don’t always follow best practice!
When: Thu May 21, 2015 Where: Murrayfield Stadium, United Kingdom Event Status: confirmed Event Description: Conference that will provide the chance for the Maternal and Early Years Network to share practice that focuses on improving health and...
The SSSC, in partnership with NHS Education for Scotland (NES), NHS24, and the Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare (SCTT), recently commissioned research into the extent the health and social care workforce access technology to support...
This post is in response to Michelle Miller’s blog post, viewable here and has been prepared by David Orr: “The findings indicate two social workers who, with the best interests of the children in mind, did what they considered was right and proper...
In the 2009 the Scottish Government's Social Work Scotland website ceased. The video content - some 600 video clips, mostly from the 2007 and 2008 Local Practitioners Conferences - was archived to Vimeo and organised into collections.
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