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  • Launching ihub Associates Framework Agreement 2017

    The opportunity to apply to join the ihub Associates Framework Agreement will be open from 21 August 2017 to 25 September 2017.

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  • The Improvement Fund opens for 2017

    The grant making function of Healthcare Improvement Scotland’s (HIS) Improvement Hub (ihub), The Improvement Fund, opened on August 1st. The Improvement Fund is seeking expressions of interest for funding from projects at a local level that improve t (...)

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  • Health and social care organisations across Scotland get additional funds to improve safety and care

    Health and social care organisations and higher education facilities across Scotland have been awarded grants ranging from £4,500 to £72,500 to support initiatives to improve the care provided in health and social care.

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  • Scottish-led initiative that focuses on what matters to patients goes global

    A Scottish-led initiative that focuses on what matters most to patients looks set to increase the number of national and international teams involved by 32% compared with its inaugural year of 2016.

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  • Identifying critical success factors for improved outcomes for people with dementia and their carers in acute care - a focus on NHS Grampian

    Identifying critical success factors for improved outcomes for people with dementia and their carers in acute care.

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