Spending time in nature has been found to help with mental health problems including anxiety and depression, and this is the theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week, which runs from 10 to 16 May 2021.
Hundreds of vulnerable homeless people are receiving their first Covid-19 vaccinations in Glasgow as teams of nurses visit temporary accommodation and support services to provide injections.
Susanne Millar has been appointed as Chief Officer of Glasgow City’s Health and Social Care Partnership (GCHSCP) after leading the organisation through its toughest ever year.
The Cost of the Nursery Day project was a collaboration between Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership and Glasgow City Council Early Learning and Childcare to identify poverty-related barriers to learning and participation in nurseries, and to develop practical ways to overcome them.
Sadie Barclay, a service user at Glasgow City HSCP’s Glenwood Day Care Centre in Castlemilk, Glasgow, recently
National Mental Health Nurses Day on 21 February is an opportunity to promote and celebrate Mental Health Nursing in the UK, and recognise and thank nursing staff working in mental health services.
The efforts of staff to continue to provide excellence in care at an adult mental health ward at Leverndale Hospital in Glasgow during the pandemic have been praised by Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland.
Plans for a new £67 million health and care hub for the North East of Glasgow have moved a step closer.
To mark Children’s Mental Health Week (1 - 7 February 2021), Sgoil Ghaidhlig Ghlaschu (SGG) (Glasgow Gaelic School) staff have created a podcast specific to Mental Health. https://ceilisgg.buzzsprout.com/