Posts Tagged ‘Glasgow’
This blog accompanies a recently published feature, Tall Order, in Umbrella Magazine Issue 11 – Winter 2014/15 , available to buy in print and viewable online. Thanks to Tony and Matt for their support and good luck with taking your vision to the next level.
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Tags: Commonwealth games, demolition, Glasgow, Glasgow 2014, Greg Neate, high rise flats, neate photos, photography, Red Road flats, Still Standing, Tall Order, tower blocks, Umbrella magazine
“After nearly two years as a locum consultant psychiatrist within a community mental health team serving a small town and semi-rural area outside of Glasgow, I enter my final week with much still to do…”
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Tags: asylum, CMHT, Community Mental Health Team, Glasgow, NHS, psychiatry, Scotland
“As it’s nearly a year since I arrived in Glasgow, I thought it timely to write about just what I’ve been doing here.” A summary of my work over 12 months with Homeless and Community Mental Health Services in Glasgow.
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Tags: A Busman's Holiday, Glasgow, Greg Neate, Homeless, Homelessness, Mental Health, psychiatry, Scotland
“Should I stay or should I go?” I asked myself when considering whether to move 450 miles from Sussex to Scotland. While changing jobs was surprisingly straightforward, relocating itself proved even more challenging and draining than expected.
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Tags: boot sale, Brighton, Glasgow, Leaving England, motorway, Moving home, transfer, van hire