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NHS Highland publishes frequent press releases to let you know about new services and the latest health information and advice from our experts. See the latest NHS Highland news stories relating to the South & Mid Highland area below.

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Parkinson’s UK is to hold two ‘Research Uncovered’ events in Inverness and Caithness next month.
NHS Highland is holding a conference to reflect on the legacy of the health board’s involvement in the Scottish Government’s ‘Being Here’ programme next month.
NHS Highland is the first health board in Scotland whose shops and trolleys meet the new Healthcare Retail Standard.
NHS Highland has been nominated for an UK award for an initiative that could dramatically help improve the reliability and sustainability of integrated health and social care in rural communities.
NHS Highland and Scottish Care are delighted to announce an overnight service for care at home in the Inverness area.
The Mid Ross Community Partnership is holding its inaugural meeting to help shape future community services.
The Safer Highland Rock Challenge has concluded with over 1,000 pupils performing on stage at Eden Court.
The British and Irish Group for the Study of Personality Disorder recently held their annual conference in Inverness.
NHS Highland is hosting an infection control conference in Inverness later this month.
The results from the first evening of the Safer Highland Rock Challenge have been announced.
A change in who provides both clinical and health promotion and education services around sexual health for young people aged under-25 in Highland began on April 1st 2017.
Over 1,000 school pupils from across Highland will take to the stage at Eden Court this week in the Safer Highland Rock Challenge.
More than 50 small firms in the Highlands and Islands involved in the life science and technology sector are being given the opportunity to compete for a share of £400,000 of Scottish Government funding at an event being held tomorrow.
Delegates from across the north of Scotland will be attending NHS Highland’s Medical Education Conference tomorrow (31st March) which will see a capacity crowd hearing from a variety of experts in their field.
Eight members of staff from NHS Highland joined health and social services professionals from across Scotland as graduates of a pioneering programme that aims to improve the care of people with dementia in hospital.
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