Archive | December, 2017

Thoughtful Gifts that Keep on Giving

I probably don’t need to remind you that Christmas is nearly here. If you’re like me then you won’t have started gift shopping yet. You won’t even have a clear idea what to get people. Fortunately there is no shortage of gift inspiration guides available. But if you wanted to gift something a bit more […]

Continue Reading 0

Taking the risk of being happy: a pessimistic Scot’s approach

A post from our Project Manager @rosiehopes My brother-in-law had a 1000 to one gambling win this week. Twenty grand, right before Christmas. Great news, isn’t it? Well, you’d think so, but when I contacted my sister to congratulate her, she wasn’t ready to celebrate. “I don’t like it,” she said. “Something bad will happen.” […]

Continue Reading 0

Raising Awareness of Health Inequality #CoProWeekScot

It is Scottish Co-Production week. Co-production is about the redistribution of the balance of power between service providers and users, something the World Health Organisation tells us is needed to change health inequalities. Co-production is pretty important and it has huge benefits for not just health service users, but friends and relatives too. Ultimately its […]

Continue Reading 0