Best of Scotland celebrated at Society Awards
Social Work Scotland had the pleasure in sponsoring and presenting the Health and Social Care Integration Award at the Herald Society awards earlier in the month.
West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership won the award for their new work in improving palliative care for older people in care homes and reducing the numbers admitted to hospital in their last days.
Vice President Elaine Torrance presented the award to the winners.
A comprehensive list of all the winners from the 2015 awards can be viewed here
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