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Links Worker Programme 2016 Review of the Year (News Item)

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As is the way with a programme such as Links, 2016 has been typically busy. Each Community Links Practitioner will have worked with over 100 different individuals over the course […]

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Make things happen for mental health (News Item)

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When, at the recent SNP conference, Nicola Sturgeon spoke passionately about changes needed within the care system for looked after children, many of her words could just have easily been […]

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Some stats from the National Links Worker Programme (News Item)

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One-to-One Work   Wordcloud depicts relative prevalence of issues recorded as issues individuals wish to address based on occurrence in CLP case notes Practice Development/Team Wellbeing

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Inspiring Signs (News Item)

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A story of initiative and imagination in critically tackling one’s own situation will be one of the many inspiring stories celebrated at this week’s Self-Management Awards, to be held at […]

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Response to Digital Participation and Social Justice Report (News Item)

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The recent publication on Digital Participation and Social Justice in Scotland, from Carnegie UK, threw up some interesting food for thought. In this ‘Information Age’ it can be easy to […]

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Is there a links effect that can help future proof a front line of the NHS? (News Item)

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One of the fundamental aims of our programme is to support the existing primary care team to develop their capacity, as encapsulated by the ‘links approach’. This works in tandem […]

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Labels are for filing cabinets (News Item)

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The recent publication of this year’s Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) figures led to an outpouring of civic pride from the Paisley neighbourhood labelled as ‘Scotland’s most deprived’, as […]

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Links Worker Programme Annual Walking Event 24th August 2016 (News Item)

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The Kelpies are 30-metre-high horse-head sculptures, standing next to a new extension to the Forth and Clyde Canal, and near River Carron, in The Helix, a new parkland project built […]

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Story of the Second Annual LINKS Event (News Item)

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The second annual LINKS event went off with aplomb Monday 13 June at the Radisson Blu hotel, Glasgow. Staying with the programme title, on Monday LINKS stood for Learn, Inspire, […]

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The LINKS Event 2016 (News Item)

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The LINKS Event 2016 will bring together approximately 200 people who are interested in ‘links-type’ work to connect and share learning. Following on from last year’s event, we’re planning another […]

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