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Scotland

Do you live in Scotland?

Are you interested in or are you working in a project which utilises any aspect of the four pillars of e-HEALTH? Are you a member of an existing e-health/informatics group in Scotland? If you are any of the above - or if you're just curious - we'd love to hear from you. If there's no group in your area and you'd be interested in being part of one - let us know and we'll get people together and support your start-up!

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Latest News: November - January 2019

NMC: Major milestone reached as nursing associates join health and care workforce in England; Our response to Professional Standards Authority report; New public support service in response to lessons learned review ;Subscribe to NMC Newsletter

HCPC Update: Confidentiality - guidance for Registrants ; The HCPC launches its new Threshold Policy for Fitness to Practise Investigations ; Health and Care Professions Council response to the General Medical Council consultation on the draft ‘Decision making and consent’ guidance; Latest InFocus;

NHS Highland launches VR headsets to help patients prep for MRI scans

NHS Highland expands video consultations to out-patient appointments

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde goes live with Orion Health Medicines

Dedalus named latest supplier for Scotland ePMA framework

NHS Education for Scotland publishes tech guide for healthcare staff

Supporting Scotland’s Workforce - Technology Enabled Care Research Report November 2017

Life Sciences Scotland connects start-ups with NHS health boards

 

 

 

 

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