Monthly Archives: February 2016

DCV attends Care Makers Event

The first cohort of 55 Care Makers was recruited prior to the Chief Nursing Officer’s Conference in 2012, they made a commitment to supporting frontline implementation and delivery through the promotion of the new vision ‘Compassion in Practice’ and the

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RCN Congress 2016

  Project Engagement Lead, Tommy Whitelaw is honoured to be invited to give one of the Keynote speeches at the RCN Congress 2016 #rcn16 on Wednesday 22 June, 12.30 – 13.15. This years Congress will be held in Glasgow at the SECC.  In Tommy`s

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In five years time

  This week’s blog post comes from ALLIANCE Policy and Information Manager Andrew Strong, and his thoughts on the changing Health and Social Care scene, as well as the launch of our manifesto ahead of the 2016 Scottish Parliamentary election.

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University of Cumbria Pledge to Make a Difference!

  Happy Friday Everyone 🙂 Todays pledges come from the University of Cumbria.  Big thanks to Louise Corless, Senior Lecturer of Mental Health Nursing Department at University of Cumbria for the inviting us to take part In the University Dementia Awareness Day

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Emergency Plans Prevent Emergencies Becoming Crises

Good Morning 🙂 This weeks guest blog post comes from Gillian Reid, Senior Project Manager at Enable Scotland.  Gillian met one of our ALLIANCE colleagues recently at the Cross Party Group on Carers and we got in touch for her

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Making a Difference at CSH Surrey

CSH Surrey is a Community Health Service for adults, children and their families. Providing NHS community nursing & therapy services since 2006.  To find out more visit their website here and follow them on Twitter at @CSHSurrey Project Engagement Lead, Tommy

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Ashford & St Peters Hospitals Pledge to Make a Difference!

Thank you to Louisa Daly, Head of Patient Experience and Involvement, and Heather Caudle, Chief Nurse at Ashford & St Peters Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Surrey for inviting Dementia Carer Voices to speak at the Grand Round at the hospital last week. Louisa and Heather also arranged a

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