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Communications Survey Findings

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Published: April 01 2017 | Communication
Just over 900 people have had their say on how the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership communicates.

Welcome to Our New Website

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Published: July 01 2017
Hello and welcome to our new website! After months of planning and preparation I am delighted to launch the Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership’s new website.

Financial Regulation

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August 2019 | Glasgow City Integration Joint Board | Annual Accounts

Pledging to Never Commit, Condone or Remain Silent about Violence Against Women

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Published: May 01 2017 | Health Improvement

On 19 May 2017, Glasgow Kelvin College became the first college in Scotland to be awarded White Ribbon status. Staff at the college became involved in the campaign after applying for funding made available by Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership’s North East Health Improvement Team.

Agenda - 21/06/2017

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June 2017 | Glasgow City Integration Joint Board | Agenda

August 2015

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Item 10 - Glasgow City ADP: Prevention, Harm Reduction and Recovery Strategy

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June 2017 | Glasgow City Integration Joint Board | Papers and Reports | Alcohol

To present the Alcohol and Drug Partnership Strategy 2017-2020.

Supporting Documents - Alcohol and Drug Partnership Strategy 2017 - 2020 - Consultation Feedback stage 1-3

Helping Young People into Employment - Project Search Graduation

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Published: June 01 2017 | Young People
Project Search is a work experience programme that supports young people with learning disabilities and/or autism to get and keep a fulltime job. It started in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital (United States) in 1996 and is now delivered in over 500 sites worldwide, including two in Glasgow.

July 2015

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Welcome to the second Integration newsletter, and thank you very much for all your feedback and comments on issue 1. One of the main things that came up was about the use of terms like ‘acute’ and ‘primary care’ without defining them. So let’s put that right…primary care refers to the services provided by health professionals in either clinics or practices, or sometimes in a patient’s home.

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