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A Picture of Health: From Policy to Places Designed for People 14 Nov 2014 – 28 Jan
Gallery Two

Over the past few years the NHS in Scotland has embarked on a world leading process where the quality of new facilities is formally considered in the decision to fund them. In this exhibition you will see how design briefs that give voice to the needs of patients, staff and the wider community, are being used to guide investment and improve outcomes for the service and the public.

We hear from the people involved, including the policy leaders and staff in the NHS on how this is improving the experience for patients and staff, and the sustainability and value of projects. We celebrate the great facilities being developed across Scotland and the design talent that is making these visions of health a reality. This exhibition has been developed in partnership with Health Facilities Scotland and the Scottish Government's Health and Social Care Directorate.

 
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