Monthly Archives: February 2015

DCV attends #FutureMHN Conference

The Future of Mental Health Nursing Conference 2015 was the inaugural #FutureMHN conference on 24 February 2015 at the Indigo O2, London.  The event brought 500 mental health nursing students to celebrate the success of mental health nursing innovation and research, to inspire future leaders, and to support effective networking. Each

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King George Hospital Pledge Tree #MakingaDifference

Great thanks to Gemma Davies Lead Nurse, ED BHRUT for the invite to speak to staff at Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust King George Hospital. We have been friends with Gemma @gemmarosa on Twitter for quite some time now and we were very honoured to be

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Inspiration for Today, Hope for Tomorrow

The Dementia Carer Voices team are looking forward to giving a ‘Make a Difference’ workshop in Glasgow on 16th March as part of the “Inspiration for Today, Hope for Tomorrow” conference. This one day conference is free to attend, and explores how we

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Share your Story with #DementiaDiaries

This Thursday, in a Comic Relief first, the Red Nose Day twitter feed will be dedicated to dementia. They are encouraging people to share their thoughts, feelings and experiences of living with dementia in order to raise the profile of dementia

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NHS Continuing Healthcare in Scotland – Draft Guidance

  News and Event!   When: 04/03/2015 at 09:30am 11/03/2015 at 09:30am You are invited to attend a discussion event with Scottish Government and Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland on the new draft guidance in relation to NHS Continuing

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University Hospital, Coventry make their pledge

With great thanks to Andrew Hardy, Chief Executive Officer and Alex Johnson for the invite to speak at the University Hospital, Coventry this week. We had the great privilege of meeting Andrew at a conference we were speaking at a few months back

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Open University Students make their pledges

Dementia Carer Voices Tommy Whitelaw spoke to Open University Students on Saturday 7th February at Glasgow Caledonian University.  Massive thank you to Joyce Cavaye for the invitation to speak, you can follow Joyce on Twitter at @joycecavaye .  Here is

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