Woodside Health and Care Centre in Glasgow has been recognised for its innovative design at the Scottish Design Awards.
Glasgow City HSCP supports National Suicide Prevention Week, an annual week-long campaign surrounding World Suicide Prevention Day on 10 September to raise awareness of suicide and suicide prevention.
Concerns about an increase in mental health problems prompted by the pandemic has sparked calls for people to talk about their feelings more.
Glasgow City Council, as part of the city's Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP), is creating around 200 new posts to cover vital home care, residential care and day care responsibilities.
The Art in the Gart creative recovery programme at Gartnavel Royal Hospital has welcomed five times as many visitors as last year to the Growing Spaces sites in the hospital grounds during lockdown.
You would have been forgiven for thinking you had wandered into a live gig in Kelvingrove Park, if you had been walking through the Gartnavel Royal Hospital campus on Thursday 13 August.
With the outbreak of COVID 19, Glasgow City HSCP’s Children and Families Health Visiting Teams in South Glasgow have adapted practice to meet the needs of families. This has included new and innovative ways of working.
The development of competencies for Occupational Therapists (OTs) working across health and social care in Glasgow City HSCP has again been highlighted as an example of good practice, with a feature in the August 2020 edition of OT News.
Local residents are being given the opportunity to ask questions about the new £60 million state-of-the-art Health and Social Care Hub planned for Parkhead.