In a new series of blogs, we hear from Leigh Smith of MasScot who is representing the ALLIANCE as the Scottish Medicines Consortium’s Patient Group Partner.
ALISS was originally developed as a tool, or more accurately, as an infrastructure to support self management by helping people to connect with the variety of services and community assets that exist within local communities and which can help people to live well. ALISS has always operated on the basis of continual development and improvement and it is therefore no surprise that there have been a number of changes over the last eight years since the project was set up in 2009.
Jacqui Graves, Human Rights Lead at Sue Ryder explains the aims behind the organisation's new human rights training programme.
Gerry Power surveys Scotland's co-production landscape and questions how the creation of a strategic hub could support co-production to be further embedded in health and social care.
Gwen Garner, a Trustee of Children's Health Scotland, explains the motivations behind the organisation's recent name change.
In our latest viewpoint post, Gerry Power, the ALLIANCE's Programme Director for Co-production takes another look at the historical origins of co-production and considers how this could inform our future approach to developing a more co-produced health and social care system in Scotland.
In our latest viewpoint post, Gerry Power, the ALLIANCE's Programme Director for Co-production sets out why when it comes co-production in health and social care, there might be merit in looking back to 1942 to help guide our future.