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Make ’em laugh, make ’em laugh, make ‘ em laugh!

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Our whole practice Links event on Tuesday 7/10/14 took us on a journey from Job Sanctions, to stand-up comedy to Mindfulness. The theme was Mental Health. It proved to be […]

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Macmillan Coffee Morning Fundraising Event

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The Practice decided to hold an event to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support as part of the national coffee morning campaign. The aim of this was threefold – to […]

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My script and my sick line

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It’s one of those moments that comes up so regularly, a mini moral dilemma in the daily stream of dilemmas and decisions. “I’m just here for my script and my […]

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Communication is key…

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As July turned to August the number of referrals received by the Community Links Practitioners (links workers) passed the 400 mark! Personally I’m finding being in the privileged position of […]

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A new perspective… (written by a final year medical student)

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I’m a final year medical student studying at the University of Glasgow. In our final phase of clinical study, medical students are attached to different medical and surgical specialties in […]

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Time Flies

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Time seems to be passing in the blink of an eye at the moment. I can hardly believe that it is now just over 4 months since my colleagues and […]

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Why do individual Community Links Practitioners want to do this kind of work?

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In the short time I have been in post, I feel I have had the opportunity to grow who I am as a person in many ways. Although I have […]

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Deep End GP Practice Receptionist- next stage

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Since my last Blog I have become Miss Marple, scouring the internet and phoning anyone I can think of to find support groups, community groups/services and organisations who can offer […]

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CLP? What’s that?

Posted on by June Nye
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Since I’ve started my job as a Community Links Practitioner (CLP), I’ve been asked this question often. Friends and family want to know how it’s going. What do I actually […]

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Thoughts of a Deep End GP Receptionist

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Feeling a great sense of excitement at having the privilege to be part of this worthwhile programme.  To be in a place to assist and encourage fellow human beings is […]

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