The Children’s Health Scotland Magazine is always full of news from our charity and the work it is doing to help children and young people with health conditions across Scotland. This full colour magazine is published four times a year and contains articles and features which are relevant to all child care and health professionals, parents and carers.
Every issue of the Children’s Health Scotland Magazine can be found on this page. If you would like to subscribe to recieve physical copies of our magazine then please email Esther Bates at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Businesses and organisations who are interested in health and wellbeing services and news for young people can promote their products and services in the Children’s Health Scotland Magazine for as little as £50. Please contact Esther Bates (Marketing and Fundraising Assistant) for more information by emailing email@example.com or calling 07483230577.
View our past magazines below:
The Summer 2023 edition of the Children’s Health Scotland magazine is now available to view online. We’ve released a new book titled ‘Alina meets the doctor’, had a RIGHTs Royal Picnic with Families, and we are delighted to announce that nominations for the Scottish Children’s Health Awards are open NOW. Friendly reminder to SAVE THE DATE for our next Scottish Children’s Health Week – 4-10 September 2023. So, get cosy, grab and hot drink, and enjoy!
A Spring edition of our magazine is now available to view online. Read about how our CYP Health and Wellbeing Services are making magical memories for children and young people, how we are making rights real for children and young people with health conditions, and how our Care Experienced Children and Young People Services delivered a Workshop on Understanding Trauma in partnership with Big Hearts and the Kinship Care Advice Service for Scotland (KCASS). We are delighted to announce that nominations for the Scottish Children’s Health Awards are open NOW and we make a friendly reminder to SAVE THE DATE for our next Scottish Children’s Health Week – 4-10 September 2023. So, get cosy, grab and hot drink, and enjoy!
The Winter edition of our magazine is now available to view online. It’s packed full of great stories, such as our fabulous TV appearance for BBC Children in Need, and meeting the awesome children’s author, Elle McNicoll. So, get cosy, grab and hot drink, and enjoy!
The bumper Autumn 2022 edition of the CHS magazine is now available to view online. The Autumn magazine is packed full of great stories, such as celebrating the seven winners of the Scottish Children’s Health Awards 2022 and remembering the fun we all had for Scottish Children’s Health Week 2022 and the My Health, My Rights Conference.
Our Summer 2022 magazine, which is packed full of great news and features, is now available to download or view online. In this edition, we feature the much-anticipated return of the Scottish Children’s Health Awards for 2022! These awards are easy to enter and FREE so please go online and enter. We continue to highlight our My Health, My Rights Conference and we have now partnered with over 25 organisation who will exhibit. Half of the tickets for this conference have now been sold so BOOK NOW to secure your place! On pages 6 and 7, Vicky Wan, UNCRC Capacity Building Programme Manager for Children’s Parliament, joins us to discuss how professionals can make rights real and on pages 18 and 19, we celebrate our young volunteers for Volunteers Week 2022. If you are interested in finding out more about our magazine, please drop Esther an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Spring 2022 magazine, which is packed full of great news and features, is now available to download or view online. In this edition, we unveil our My Health, My Rights Conference and launch the Scottish Children’s Health Awards 2022. There are seven special teddy awards to be presented this year, including a newly created Lifetime Achievement Award, so if you know someone who deserves one of these then nominate them today. The Spring edition also includes a feature on our Special Smiles Dental Training and a two-page feature on Five Ways to Wellbeing which highlights five lifestyle areas that we can all learn to improve to help us feel good. Loss and change are an inevitable part of life for everyone but they can be particularly hard for care experienced children and young people. The magazine also includes a two page feature written by Anne Wilson, Head of Development, on how to help children cope with loss and change. If you are interested in finding out more about our magazine, please drop Esther an email at email@example.com.
Our festive Winter 2021 magazine, which is packed full of great news and features, is now available to download or view online. In this edition we feature our Have a Phenomenal Christmas giving campaign which has been launched with the help of Bear and Snowman. Pages 10 and 11 feature the much-anticipated return of SMS:Face-to-Face and there is a Kindness for Kids feature on pages 4 and 5 which highlights our wish to spread kindness. On page 12, Beth Davidson, our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Coordinator, reflects on adapting the Self-Management Service to the digital world. If you are an adrenalin junkie then this edition has some heart pumping activities that you can sign up to in 2022? Or perhaps if you prefer a slower paced way to raise money for children and young people with health conditions then we would love to hear from you. If you are interested in finding out more, please drop Esther an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Autumn 2021 edition of our magazine is now available to view online. The magazine is packed full of great stories, such as celebrating the success of Scottish Children’s Health Week and Awards 2021 and the impact of SMS:CONNECT. Our Annual Review and Impact Report for 2020-21 is featured on page 4. The review tracks our progress against our five Key Strategic Priority Areas and summarises the impact we have made in our sector over the past year. On page 6, we spotlight “Millie goes to the dentist”, a two-page feature about how Millie learned to use health-related play and relaxation techniques, to create a photobook of her experience of going to the dentist. On page 31 we feature some great fundraising opportunities. A big thank you to Lucy Walker, who previously attended our SMS:CONNECT programme and went on to raise an amazing £6,000 to help fund our work
The Summer 2021 edition of our magazine is now online. As ever, the magazine is packed full of great stories, such as Volunteers’ Week and Ewan and Lucy’s involvement with our charity. Ewan became a peer mentor for SMS:CONNECT after his positive experience on the programme, and Lucy had a life changing experience on the SMS:CONNECT programme and now wants to share her story with others. Dr Anne McFadyen, Infant Mental Health Lead of Perinatal Mental Health Network Scotland has written a guest feature for us on Wellbeing for Wee Ones and Anne Wilson, our Head of Development, lifts the lid on understanding trauma and helping recovery. The Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow has been coping with educating children during COVID-19 using technology. Ann MacLennan, Assistant Coordinator with the Hospital Education Service also writes a guest feature giving a us a little insight into how their work has adapted during the pandemic. Finally, a reminder in this edition about the Scottish Children’s Health Awards. The awards are easy to enter and FREE.
The Winter 2020 edition of our magazine is now available to view. Within this edition we welcome our new Charity Ambassador, Rory Crawford and showcase special features on our work with the Clowndoctors – experts in therapeutic clowning, and Virtual Play – how we are now delivering virtual play workshops in primary school setting. The magazine also features the launch of our Have a Phenomenal Christmas campaign. With the help of Snowman and our mascot, Bear, we’re asking everyone to support our charity with a donation towards our vital work. This work includes the delivery of Self-Management Services and in this edition we’re so proud of the young people from SMS:CONNECT for sharing their stress stories with us.
The Autumn 2020 edition of our magazine is now available to view. Within this edition we: celebrate the recent Scottish Children’s Health Week and Awards; share information on our new SMS:CONNECT service; highlight our latest Refugee and Asylum-Seeking Research; feature our work with Kinship Carers during the COVID-19 pandemic; share how we have worked with the Trussell Trust to distribute health information to vulnerable families.
The Summer 2020 edition of our magazine is now available. Within this edition we go on a Bear Hunt with Rory Crawford, launch our new Children’s Health Challenge and open nominations for the Scottish Children’s Health Awards 2020. Also, Michelle, our Children’s Health and Wellbeing Officer based in Tayside tells us how she is adapting during a very stressful COVID-19 pandemic and young person Rhiannon tells us what it is like to shield during lockdown.
The Spring edition of our magazine is now available. Within this edition we: introduce Bear; talk more about our conference, the Scottish Children’s Health Awards and Scottish Children’s Health Week; share fantastic fundraising news; find out more about Isla’s thoughts on her operation; and explore how it takes all of us to raise happy healthy children.
A very festive edition of our latest Children’s Health Scotland Magazine is now available to view online. This edition captures our recent Scottish Parliamentary Reception, sponsored by Alex Cole-Hamilton MSP, at which we launched the new Children in Hospital Survey 2018/19. The magazine also includes: the launch of our new three-year strategy that firmly focuses on the healthcare needs and rights of all children and young people in Scotland; So, what is Unsafe Sleep? Written by the Scottish Death Trust; News on the recent EACH Co-ordinating Committee meeting to Scotland; two features on health-related play: Mummy, Mummy, today we were doctors!; and These are a few of my favourite things.
Young people reach new heights with our Self-Management Service; Working together to safeguard children’s rights; The Flamingo Study; Starrie prepares for her hospital appointment; Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) SIGN Guideline..
KT Tunstall announced as our new Patron; My Journey by Cameron Elliot; Safeguarding children’s rights; Lisa’s story; Supporting disabled children, young people and their families – guidance; Keeping children hydrated before their operations.
Children and young people with health issues and their education; EACH celebrates special anniversaries; Adult Hospice leads way in providing age appropriate care for young people; Participate to create change.
Access to Transition – a rights issue; Caring for children who are born too early – Healthcare in Schools; New Healthcare Rights e-learning resource; CHS at the refugee gathering; A parent reflects; New Officer in Tayside
Our 2017 Conference Report; Continuity of Care for sick children of refugee and asylum-seeking families; Getting it right for looked after disabled children; Self Management Project
Articles on our Charity’s change of name; our new website; our 2017 Conference; launch of Kinship Care DVD; Heart Tay Heart mental awareness week; Self Management Project
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Articles on Mental health awareness in Tayside; Kinship Care DVD; Right Based approach to dental play; Children’s Rights Day at Hospital; Children’s Anaesthetic Experience etc
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Articles on Tackling Childhood Obesity; Children’s Rights; Training for Dental Staff; Review of Conscious Sedation Guideline.
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Articles on Children’s Experience of Anaesthetics in Hospital; Oral health provision in ASL settings; Importance of Play; Angus Early Years Collaborative.
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Our Manifesto for the Scottish Government, MSPs and those responsible for the formulation of healthcare policy. Appropriate Care for Children and Young People in all Hospital Settings: Risk Assessment and Care Pathway Guidance.
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A Teacher’s experience of Special Smiles; innovative practice at the MRI department at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow, Teacher’s Experience of Special Smiles.
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Articles on food for children in hospital; innovative ways to help children cope with medical treatment and procedures.
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Conference coverage ‘Person Centred Care for Children and Young People: Myth or Reality’.
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Transition to adult healthcare; The Royal Hospital for Sick Teddies!; Influencing Child Health Policy Seminar.
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Parental Access and Family Facilities Survey event at Scottish Parliament; Person Centred Care for Children and Young People; Parent Perspectives; New Information Guides.
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Contains articles on Administration of Medicines in Schools: Education for sick children and young people; new self-management project in West Lothian etc.
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Contains information on the State of Play in Scottish Hospitals; Clinical Services Review in NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde; Child health workshops for kinship carers.
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Tribute to Dr Peg Belson MBE; The Corporate Parent; Rights of the Child Group; Education for Sick Children; Project Updates.
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Information on Education Petition; new funding for Dental Project etc.
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Better education provision for children and young people absent from school due to illness; our self-management programme for young people in Lanarkshire living with chronic illness; our Community Play Specialist end of project report.
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EACH Campaign launch; Young Parents Speak Out DVD; Manifesto and our Projects.
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Includes articles on our conference 2010, News from our projects, Resources for professionals working with children and young in and leaving care; Special Smiles in Egypt.
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Projects information; EACH Campaign launch; volunteering with us; Focus on The Royal Hospital for Children Glasgow; Partnerships and Family Participation.
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Dental Project Update: Tayside Child Health Rights: Children and Anaesthetics; Children and Young People in Care; new projects.
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Children and Young People’s Healthcare Rights Resource Pack launch, Special Smiles in Perth School, Allergic Disorders in Children and Young People, Living with a Long Term Condition: A Young Person’s Experience.
New resource to help professionals and others to engage with their stakeholders a Guide to Engagement with Families – Participation in Practice.