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NHS Grampian chiefs take questions from public for online Q&A

By Lorna Thompson

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NHS Grampian's chief has invited the public to put forward questions for a live Facebook question-and-answer session on Thursday.

Chief executive Professor Amanda Croft and her deputy, Adam Coldwells, will provide an update on how the health board is working to keep people safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Facebook Live broadcast, at 10am on Thursday, April 9, is the first of a series of planned Q&A sessions.

The announcement was made by Prof Croft in a Facebook video this afternoon. She added: "I want to reiterate once again our thanks to all the staff working within our healthcare system, and to all the other key workers helping to keep our communities safe and keeping us well.

"Everybody is doing such a good job and working really, really hard."

People can submit questions in the comment boxes below Prof Croft's video on the NHS Grampian Facebook page.

The health chiefs will not be taking questions on individual staffing or patient matters.


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