“The Scottish Government committed to developing A Culture Strategy for Scotland in the Programme for Government 2016-17 and underlined this commitment in its Programme for Government 2017-18. The strategy will show how important culture is to the future of individuals, communities across Scotland and Scotland as a whole – with a central ambition of enabling […]
A VARIETY OF factors lead to increasing longevity and an ageing population, the demand for robust health and care services continues to grow. Innovation in the areas of health and wellbeing will be crucial to ensure that such services remain sustainable, address needs efficiently, and contribute to positive experiences in later life. In order to […]
Care home services (across both nursing and residential care settings) have a fundamentally important strategic role to play in creating a person-centred, rights-based pathway of care and support fit for Scotland’s citizens in the 21st century. Not only do these services deliver care and support to some of our most vulnerable citizens, but they also […]
Grave Talk report A Cafe Space to talk about Death, Dying and Funerals.
The care cameo series is designed to present short but challenging sketches of various issues and to provide a forum to encourage and foster debate on a whole range of issues important for the delivering of care and support for older individuals across Scotland.
Summary report of the study on Spiritual Care Education in hospital based complex clinical care units in one health board area in Scotland: A qualitative appreciative enquiry into spiritual care delivery by health care workers.
Executive Summary Report. An exploration of the spiritual care of people living with dementia in care homes.
An exploration of the spiritual care of people living with dementia in care homes
Is Death in a hospital too upsetting for ministers of spiritual care?
The role of churches in combating loneliness and isolation – putting ideas into practice.