It is 10 years since SCoD published the research paper “Making the Case for Specialist Mental Health Services in Scotland”. SCoD has produced a paper that shows the developments that have been put in place for people with a hearing…
SCoD has been campaigning to get the health question in the Census changed since 2007. We have beein involved in the consultation on the health conditions question for the 2021 Census. As there is still little accurate data on the…
Tickets for our 2018 Connect and Collaborate Conference have gone on sale. for more information and take advantage of the Early Bird prices, go to www.scod.org.uk/scod-connect-and-collaborate-conference-2018/
We have published details of the programme for the 2018 SCoD Connect and Collaborate Conference. For more information, click here.
The consultation page on the website has been updated. There is a call for evidence from the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee on Technology and Innovation in the NHS which ends on Wednesday 12th July. If you want to submit…
We have been updating several web pages – vacancies, bulletins, and membership, where we have simplified our Associate Membership forms – individual and organisations. We have also just announced the theme for our 2018 Connect and Collaborate Conference.
SCoD has produced a list of asks for the May Council elections. You can read the Manifesto here: http://www.scod.org.uk/information/local-government/
SCoD and Brian Cavanagh are holding a Masterclass on how to work with the new Integrated Joint Boards. For more information and to book a place, go to the information page.
We have updated our Connect and Capitalise 2017 workshop pages and we have another sponsor – Signature. Next week, we will be emailing out the choices for the workshops. For more information, click here.
Our mid January Bulletin is now available on our bulletins page – here