The Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, Dr Catherine Calderwood, is hosting her annual Realistic Medicine conference. The conference will provide an opportunity for a range of professionals to come together and share their Realistic Medicine experiences and learning.
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Enrolment is now open for our free online course exploring the impact and delivery of compassionate care.
Various theories provide guidance on implementing, sustaining and evaluating innovations within healthcare. There has been less attention given, however, to personal theories drawn from practice and the expertise of managers and
In addition to their more traditional clinical role, midwives are expected to perform various health promotion practice behaviours (HePPBes) such as informing pregnant women about the benefits of physical activity during pregnancy and asking women about their alcohol consumption
CHAIN – Contact, Help, Advice and Information Network – is an online mutual support network for people working in health and social care. It gives people a simple and informal way of contacting each other to exchange ideas and share knowledge
This one-day conference will showcase the latest research in the field of implementation science applied to health and social care. Now in its second year, this is the only research conference dedicated to implementation science to be held in the UK.
We’re sharing our systematic approach to health and social care service improvement at this world-renowned conference. The ihub team is presenting interactive sessions, workshops and posters.
Meet us to hear about the successes and challenges from adopting new care models at test sites in Scotland
There is evidence that medical students have the potential to actively initiate, lead and bring about change through quality improvement within healthcare organisations.
Julie McLellan, a SISCC PhD researcher, supervised by Professor Helen Cheyne (Professor of Maternal and Child Health Research & the Royal College of Midwives (Scotland)) is developing an intervention to support midwives in