You may be aware that NHS Health Scotland and the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), alongside third sector partners, have worked to develop a learning programme with specific focus on health inequalities. The learning programme aims to address a specific set of learning needs which, in turn, will promote and facilitate collaborative, cross-sectoral working towards the reduction of health inequalities in Scotland.
NHS Health Scotland, on behalf of the Learning Programme Steering Group, has asked Learning Link Scotland to identify health inequalities learning opportunities and resources that are available for the public services workforce. The research is being carried out on behalf of Learning Link Scotland by Jackie Borge. (The term ‘public services workforce’ refers to all organisations within the third, public or independent sectors that provide a service (directly or indirectly) for the good of the public.)
Learning Link Scotland’s review involves carrying out an online survey to gather information from a range of organisations in the third and public sectors. The information gathered will be used to produce a catalogue of national and local learning opportunities and resources that are available for the public services workforce.
With this in mind, we would appreciate if you could contribute to the research by completing this survey by 5pm on Monday 5th February 2018.
The survey is available here: Health Inequalities Survey
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Jackie Howie, Learning Link Scotland, on email email@example.com or 0141 353 5649.
The Health Inequalities Collaborative Learning Plan is available here:
Health Inequalities Collaborative Learning Plan
Thank you in advance for your contribution to this research.
Learning Link Scotland
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Glasgow G2 4TB
0141 353 5649
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