Crail Medical Practice wants to offer patients a more accessible walking group which starts at the practice and is led by practice staff.
The project aims are to provide an-opt out testing system with instant results for Hepatitis C Virus for those identified as “at risk” within police custody in Edinburgh.
With an increasing number of informal carers in the Tweeddale area who have been identified as caring for a person with dementia, Community Nurses, informal carers and the Borders Carers’ Centre are meeting together to have conversations about the best ways of promoting feelings of health and wellbeing for those at the centre of care.
This project will engage with children and young people in Ayrshire to increase awareness and normalise breastfeeding by using short, age-appropriate interactive learning sessions.
The project is an exciting new outdoor nature therapy programme aimed at people of all ages in and around Falkirk to bring together clinical staff with the people they are supporting in a relaxed, outdoor setting.
A core group of men have set up the Men’s Shed with the help of the practice nurse and Community Development Officer (CDW).