Webcast Footage Now Available
Many thanks to everyone who participated in the Dewar 2013 webcast. The conference itself was a huge success, and we’re delighted that over 40 participants joined us via the live webcast.
The webcasts are now available to play in your own time. Please note that during the breakout sessions, only the main auditorium was filmed. The programme below details what can be viewed.
Webcast 1 Plenary Session, ‘The Dewar Centenary’
Chair: Dr Annie Tindley
11.00 – 11.10 – Using history as a tool for change; what the group has done so far – Dr Annie Tindley
11.10 – 11.20 – Remote & Rural Health Care within Scottish Government: NHS Policy Development – Ms Jill Vickerman, NHS Quality Improvement Scotland
11.20 – 11.40 – Dewar in a Nutshell – Dr Miles Mack, GP Dingwall
11.40 – 11.55 – Dewar 2013: Individual and community well-being, and social capital. Dewar is still relevant today and we have 3 tests for 2013 – Dr Jim Douglas, GP & Dewar Group
Webcast 2 Social, Capital and Community Enterprise
Chair: Dr Steve McCabe
The Appin Experience – Dr Iain McNicol
The Applecross Experience – Alison MacLeod, Applecross Community Council
The NHS Highland Experience – Gill McVicar
Webcast 3 Infrastructure and Recruitment & Retention: What works?
Chair: Dr Miles Mack
Rural Transport – How can we integrate systems and make green and social capital in the process? – Sam MacNaughton, Highland Council Head of Transport & Infrastructure
Recruitment & Retention: What will work for young professionals? – Dr David Hogg, Editor RuralGP.com & GP, Isle of Arran (also watch on YouTube)
Webcast 4 What have we learned and are there any agreed actions?
Chair: Dr Jim Douglas (Chair, Dewar Group)
The Historical Summary – Dewar in 2013 – Dr Annie Tindley
Many thanks again to all who contributed, attended and watched the conference. We hope that this footage is useful for those who were unable to make it on the day.