Health Improvement Scotland
Medicines in Scotland: What's the right treatment for me? Animated video for patients
The video provides an accessible means of promoting the key messages of the medicines booklet, focusing on the patient journey, and explains how people can work with their healthcare professional to decide whether a medicine is needed. It also explains the likely benefits and possible risks of medicines. The video is available in English, Polish, Arabic, Urdu, Punjabi, Cantonese and Mandarin, with subtitles.
Please visit the website for more information www.healthcareimprovementscotland.org/medicinesbooklet.aspx
NHS SCOTLAND Know Who To Turn To
This website has been produced to help you get the right medical assistance when you're ill, injured or have a long term condition. Going directly to the person with the appropriate skills is important. This can help you to a speedier recovery and makes sure all NHS services are run efficiently.
Please visit the website for more information www.knowwhototurnto.org
Bowel Cancer Awareness
Bowel cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in the UK, with over 16,000 people dying every year. That’s one person every 30 minutes. However bowel cancer is preventable, treatable and curable especially if diagnosed early.
Please visit the website for more information www.bowelcanceruk.org.uk
NHSScotland is improving the way it uses information from GP patient records
From May 2017 we will improve the way we use information from GP patient records. These changes will help to plan and improve health and care services in Scotland.
Please visit the website for more information http://spire.scot/
ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland) is a search and collaboration tool for Health and Wellbeing resources in Scotland.
ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland) is a search and collaboration tool for Health and Wellbeing resources in Scotland. It helps signpost people to useful community support, and with an ALISS account you can contribute the many and varied resources that our local communities have to offer.
Please visit the website for more information www.aliss.org