Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare

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How SCTT supports knowledge exchange and shared learning

image: Knowledge Exchange

Part of SCTT’s role is to provide support and advice to key stakeholders with the aim of making Scotland a recognised global leader in the development of technology enabled health and social care.

Knowledge Exchange activities involve sharing lessons learned from service implementation and digital health and care projects through:

  • Organising and participating in local, national and international events. These include the annual Learning Network Event and the annual Scottish Digital Health and Care Conference and wider DHC Week.
  • As a key part of International Engagement activities SCTT assists in coordinating and supporting study visits to Scotland by international colleagues, showcasing how digital health and care is being advanced in Scotland.
  • Organising webinars, utilising national and international networks of digital health and care expertise, to share learning and new opportunities.
  • Topic specific workshops on practical methods for achieving digital health and care at scale.
  • Disseminating learning via events, the SCTT website and Twitter channel @SCTT_NHS24. Including: evaluations, tools and reports from service implementation and projects undertaken by SCTT and our partners working to improve services using digital health and care.

 

SCTT consultation and facilitation services include:

  • Developing and maintaining a national database of telehealth and telecare services and projects in Scotland which will act as a supportive sign-posting tool for those setting up new services.
  • Promotion of good practice and shared learning across Scotland via the Learning Network.
  • Identifying solutions that benefit the wider Scottish health, care and wellbeing agendas.
  • Helping to identify funding opportunities and areas for potential collaboration.
image: Knowledge Exchange

Latest News

latest news
Tips to Support Effective Engagement Scottish Health Council have produced a series of handy Tips to Support Effective Engagement when planning changes to health and care services. [more]
Modernising social alarms and telecare Dr Malcolm Fisk has published an article on the importance of promoting cyber
awareness among service and
technology providers, while examining the wider scope of telecare. [more]
#NotWithoutMe Programme Carnegie UK Trust are delighted to announce the launch of next phase of the #NotWithoutMe Programme, including an exciting funding and development opportunity, which opens on 8th March. [more]