A literature review from What Works Scotland. It draws on research from the field of health and social care on evidence informed practice and the processes through which knowledge is translated in to action.
Developer of retirement villages says that most care homes fall short of modern standards and expectations and should close Three in every four care homes for older people should be shut down because they fall short of modern standards and...
We are delighted to announce the finalists in the six categories of this year’s Scotland’s Dementia Awards: a partnership between Alzheimer Scotland, NHS Education for Scotland, NHS Health Scotland and the Scottish Social Services Council.
Research confirms that seeing the world in ‘a different way’ sparks unique ideasA new study showing that people with autism display higher levels of creativity has been welcomed by campaigners, who say it helps debunk a myth about people with...
In June 2014, a group of organisations came together to pilot a partnership programme to address the challenges of recruiting social care staff in Fife. ARC Scotland co-ordinated a pilot programme and facilitated meetings between Alzheimer...
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