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Hospital referrals for musculoskeletal problems can be significantly reduced if medical practices include a physiotherapist as part the general practice team, according to a recent analysis of an innovative patient-care model.
NHS Highland’s annual review for 2016-17 is to be held on Thursday 31 August in the Macdonald Resort, Aviemore with Aileen Campbell, Minister for Public Health, in attendance.
A ground-breaking Highland project that could transform the lives of people with complex health needs by combining modular home design and ‘Internet of Things’ technology has won the prestigious Saltire Society Award for Innovation in Housing.
A fundraising drive has brought benefit to both patients and staff in the Stroke Unit at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
Thòisich co-chomhairleachadh poblach an-diugh air an dàrna Plana Gàidhlig aig NHS na Gàidhealtachd agus tha am Bòrd Slàinte a’ sireadh bheachdan bho dhaoine ro 31 Iuchar 2017.
The second edition of NHS Highland’s Gaelic Language Plan is now out for public consultation and the board is looking for comments by 23 July 2017.
Midwives from Raigmore Hospital are in training for their latest charity challenge which will see them tackling the Great Glencoe challenge.
A duo taking forward some ground-breaking work is the latest recipient of a Highland Quality Approach award.
Staff at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness have shown up to work in their pyjamas today (06 June) in a bid to understand what it feels like to be a patient.
NHS Highland has signed a pledge to ensure people with learning disabilities are included in the planning of services.
NHS Highland board members unanimously approved a report updating them on the safe transition to a midwife-led Community Maternity Unit (CMU) at Caithness General Hospital today.
A series of events are taking place across NHS Highland’s board area to mark Dementia Awareness Week 2017.
An NHS Highland health promotion specialist is encouraging people to attend an open day to learn about enjoying the great outdoors.
NHS Highland is signing a pledge to ensure that people with learning disabilities are included in the decision making and planning of services.
24-year-old Ciaran Melens and his partner Sophie Rae waltzed into the finals of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing Inverness competition held last Saturday, after qualifying against stiff opposition in one of the heats the day before.
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