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Good luck to Aberdeen Football Club for tomorrow's Scottish Cup Final match against Celtic FC.

#COYR #AllForAberdeen

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Chalmers Mackay Music School recently raised £1500 for Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital by various fundraising efforts.

Pictured handing over the cheque to Julie Mulliner (Clinical Nurse Manager at RACH) is Debrah Mackay, Ruby Mackay, and Alisdair Sneden from Chalmers Mackay Music School...and not forgetting little Olly Foster too!

Thank you for your kind donation.

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44% Rise in Dementia in Grampian

Almost 3000 more people are living with dementia in Grampian, according to the latest figures.

NHS Grampian said that around 9600 people in the area are now believed to have dementia, up by more than 44% a decade ago.

The news comes as hundreds of healthcare professionals and carers from across the area gather in Aberdeen today for a significant conference focused on dementia.

The conference, organised by NHS Grampian and taking place at AECC, is aimed at raising awareness of the latest care, support and research on dementia and will be opened by Minister for Mental Health Maureen Watt MSP.

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Follow updates about Aberdeen Medico-Chirurgical Society on their Facebook page

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Great photo taken this morning from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary by '@lindy1987'

NHS Grampian will be observing the minute's silence at 11am today to mark the nation's, and our organisation's, solidarity with all those killed, injured and affected by the Manchester bombing on Monday 22nd May.

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The Spring/Summer 2017 edition of NHS News - NHS Grampian's public newsletter is now available.

You can read the newsletter by viewing the photos attached to this message, or download a copy in pdf from

This newsletter is one of the ways in which we try and share information with you about health services and about how to be healthier. Our focus is very much on the people of Grampian and how you can, and do, influence healthcare in your area.

We hope you enjoy reading this newsletter. We would like you to tell us your opinions about the content and if there are any articles you would like to see in future editions. You can also contact us to receive a copy of NHS News directly into your e-mail inbox.

You can contact us at:

Tel: 01224 558098
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Sign up to save a life! NHS Grampian staff and staff from Register for SHARE are at the ARI Concourse today encouraging people to get involved in clinical research...and the opportunity to pick up some freebies if you stop by for a chat!

Not at ARI today? Get involved at

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The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland (QNIS) is pleased to announce a call for applications for the 2017 Catalysts for Change programme, which seeks to provide funding to nurses in the community to lead short, innovative development projects in collaboration with others, focused on addressing inequalities and enabling health and wellbeing. Inequalities in health continue to be a major issue within Scotland; when community based nurses work in genuine partnership with third sector and community groups then together we can improve the health and wellbeing of the most vulnerable in society. Small grants of £5,000 are available.

The Catalysts for Change programme is designed to enable community based nurses and their partners across sectors to achieve one or more of the following:

1. Make a contribution to reducing inequalities in health
2. Promote health and wellbeing
3. Build relationships that enable culture change
4. Enable and involve individuals, groups or communities who may be considered excluded or marginalised.

The closing date for applications is Monday 5th June 2017 at 12 noon. Guidance notes and the application form are available on the QNIS website:

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Aberdeen is hosting Round 8 of the Tour Series Cycle Event on Thursday (25th May).

As this is taking place in the city centre, there will during the day be a number of diversions in place that will affect bus services, which may affect your journey.

Diversions will be in place from 7.00am until 12 midnight.

Check with the following bus operators for details of diversions:

First Aberdeen -

Stagecoach Bus -
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