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The RGU IHI chapter is taking part in the IHI pledge-a-thon 2015. The aim is to empower our local healthcare community to get involved in improving health thought actions and discussions. We have chosen to focus on mental health, and we have created two pledges which you can take part in.

Pledge one. I will have at least one conversation this week involving mental health and the support available in Aberdeen.

Pledge two. I will make at least one post on social medial this week to spread information about the support available in Aberdeen to help ensure good mental health.

It's really easy for you to pledge your support using the following steps:

1. Go to http://www.ihi.org/ICANimprovehealth
2. Enter your details
3. Select Robert Gordon university as the organisation running the pledge
4. Paste the details of the pledge you have decided to complete where it say 'I-CAN improve health by....'
5. Submit the details and you are done!

All you need to do then is complete the action detailed in your pledge! It shouldn't take you any more that about 10 or 15 minutes in total to pledge and complete your action, but the more people who take part, the greater effect we can have.

Please share this with anyone who doesn't follow us but might like to take part, and don't forget to use #ICANimprovehealth.


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