The Scottish Government is inviting you to have your say on what a healthier Scotland should look like in the next 10-15 years and the steps that should be taken to make this vision a reality.
From August 2015 to April 2016 the Scottish Government will be holding a national conversation on health and social care services in Scotland.
They want to know what can often stop people from:
- eating healthily
- giving up smoking
- drinking less.
Regardless of how healthy we generally are, we will all need healthcare treatment at some point in our lives, so the Scottish Government wants to know:
- How healthcare can be more easily accessed - in hospitals, communities or at home
- Do people know how to access social care
- How a greater range of services can be provided for people in local centres and what those services should look like
- How some specialist care could be best delivered in centres of expertise
The first step of the process is finding out what really matters you, and the Scottish Government are asking:
You can join in the conversation on the Healthier Scotland Twitter, Facebook and website. You can even share a guest blog post by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with your post, and you may see it on the healthier.scot website.
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