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In this section we list all of the 'What's new' items from across the website.


News: Call for QI Research Centre proposals

Call for proposals to establish a Scottish Improvement Science Research, Development and Knowledge Translation Collaborating Centre (SISCC).

News: GOS Competency Training

NES Optometry responsible for GOS Competency Training

News: ACE-III Trainer

The Addenbrookes Cognitive Examination - Third Edition (ACE-III) is a cognitive screening tool recommended for use in the assessment of people presenting with concerns regarding memory problems or cognitive impairment.

News: Supporting Quality in Pre-registration Nursing and Midwifery Education, Bulletin Issue 1, May 2013

First edition of NES’ bulletin on developments in pre-registration nursing and midwifery education in Scotland.

News: Preventing Infection In Care at Home Toolkit launched

Preventing Infection In Care at Home toolkit consisting of mobile application and pocket guide launched at Scottish Care, Care at Home Exhibition and Conference on 31 May 2013.

News: Scottish Patient Safety Fellowship Cohort Applications

Applications for the next Scottish Patient Safety Fellowship Cohort are now open

News: New Saturday Hot Topics Day for the Partnership and GP Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Partnership launches its first Saturday Hot Topics Day

News: New Audio Visual Podcasts for the Partnership and GP Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

New Audio visual summaries of key learning points from Partnership workshops.

News: 2013/14 Partnership GP CPD Subscriptions now live!

Prepare for appraisal and revalidation the easy way by joining the Partnership: quality assured GP CPD at great value.

News: Effective Practitioner - new work-based learning activities available

A range of work-based learning activities are now available under the themes of Leadership; Facilitation of Learning; and Evidence, Research and Development. The work-based learning activities can be downloaded from the Effective Practitioner website for use locally by individuals and teams.