Lanarkshire residents are being encouraged to take in some of this year’s Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival before it ends.
Care experienced children and young people in Lanarkshire are being invited to an event to share their views on health services.
NHS Lanarkshire occupational therapists (OT) working in mental health are inviting members of the public to join them for a coffee.
Pop Idol winner Michelle McManus launched the 2016 Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival (SMHAFF) in Lanarkshire.
Mental health experts in Lanarkshire are throwing their weight behind a global internet exercise phenomenon - that’s set to culminate in an open air record attempt this weekend.
Local people in North Lanarkshire will be the focal point of a forthcoming event geared to supporting safe and independent living.
The ninth Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival in Lanarkshire was launched in Strathclyde Country Park this week.
Outpatients, visitors and staff will be offered the chance to get a flavour of the inpatient menu at Hairmyres Hospital.
A patient meal tasting session has been arranged from noon until 2pm in the main atrium on Wednesday 27 May.
A health event for women in the early stages of pregnancy will take place on Saturday 30 May.
A second stakeholder event is taking place on 23 March 2015 to continue the full review of orthopaedic services in Lanarkshire.
The beautiful game is set to be the focus of a forthcoming event where the health of older people is the key goal.
NHS Lanarkshire’s annual memorial service for people who have experienced the trauma of losing a baby will take place on Saturday 7 March.