The campaign encourages people in Scotland to make appropriate use of NHS services and to be prepared for common illnesses and ailments over the spring holidays.
I missed you, where did you go ?
“There are days I look in the mirror at my grey, pasty, drawn-in face and say to myself “I miss you where did you go?””
#Covid Related Deaths Weekly Update
There were 56 deaths involving COVID-19 (8 fewer than the previous week). Covid was the main cause of death in 37 of them.
#Covid & #Flu Weekly Update
919 patients were in hospital with COVID-19, a 12.1% increase from the previous week ending 05 March 2023 (820)
“Let us make hay while the sun shines.”
“The weekend I just had was far from typical. I managed to have a “real” weekend, you know, like “normal” people do.”
Campaigner Urges Scottish Government To Make MRgFUS Treatment Available on the NHS.
“This would be a brilliant opportunity for the NHS in Scotland to roll out a treatment that would not only benefit so many but provide opportunities for world renowned research into many areas.” Rhoda Grant MSP
Funding Boost For Local Organisations Which Help People Stay Connected
Orkney Men’s Shed is one of several organisations which will benefit from the Scottish Government funding
Health & Social Care Under Pressure As Delayed Discharge Figures Reach New Heights
In November 2022, the average number of beds occupied per day due to delayed discharges was 1,950, the highest figure since the current guidance came into place in July 2016.
Fares4Free & Veterans Support To Hospital Appointments
“Transport to healthcare appointments is a big issue for older veterans especially. It’s complex. Some people want to be accompanied on journeys, some just want a phone call, and others want someone to meet them when they arrive”
Raynauds: The Importance of Keeping Warm
SRUK is warning that many people with Raynaud’s could be jeopardising their health by cutting back on their heating this year.