Section: Digital
Picture of two reports, telling the history of ALISS - ALISS report 1 and ALISS Report 2

The ALISS Programme is funded by Scottish Government and delivered by the Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland.

ALISS key objectives are:

  • To increase the availability of health and wellbeing information for people living with long term conditions, disabled people and unpaid carers.
  • To support people, communities, professionals and organisations that have information to share.
  • To ensure that stakeholders are informed, skilled and confident in the use and application of web services and that they are connected as part of a wider community of practice.
  • To ensure that ALISS is used and is strategically aligned with Scottish health and social care needs.

Read the ALISS Reports for more information on the history and development of the programme.

Opinion

Opinion

Reflections on the 18th International Conference of Integrated Care (ICIC)

Written by: Douglas Maxwell

Published: 11/07/2017

Opinion

Opinion

My Life, My Health, My Volunteering

Written by: ALISS Volunteer

Member: My Life, My Health, My Volunteering

Published: 07/06/2018

Opinion

Opinion

Volunteering with the ALLIANCE

Written by: David Brady

Member: Volunteering with the ALLIANCE

Published: 11/07/2017

Case study

Case Study

Developing Service Information with ALISS

Case study

Case Study

Wellbeing points