Working with Scotland’s Communities is a research study to find out more about the diverse range of paid staff and volunteers in Community Learning and Development roles across Scotland. This online survey is phase one of the study and is aimed at the organisations and services that employ these staff and volunteers.
Working with Scotland’s Communities: A Research Study
The JIT becomes part of the new Improvement Hub As of 01 April 2016, the majority of the JIT’s functions – primarily those related to health & social care integration improvement activity – are moving out of the Scottish Government and into the new ‘ihub’, hosted by Healthcare Improvement Scotland. Almost 12 years after being created by […]Read More
Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS) are looking for independent contractors to be part of our new Framework Agreement for Improvement Associates working on Health and Social Care Integration in Scotland. These individuals will support local and national projects identified by HIS. These projects will help partners to achieve the nine national health and wellbeing outcomes. Those […]Read More
Funding guidance now available for the next two years of the TEC Programme. The main focus of the programme remains on ensuring that outcomes for individuals, in home or community settings, are improved through the application of technology as an integral part of quality cost-effective care and support. The ‘technology’ within this extends to the application […]Read More