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2 October, 2022

NHS Lothian Charity appoints award-winning photographers for innovative staff engagement project

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NHS Lothian Charity’s Tonic Arts and Green Health programmes, in partnership with Stills Gallery, has appointed Sony Photographer of the Year 2021, Craig Easton, and photographer-writer, Lottie Davie,s on a great new staff engagement project.

Havens will result in a series of portraits and stories documenting NHS Lothian staff and their ‘havens’ across healthcare sites – the locations that staff members use as ‘havens’ or moments of calm and mindfulness throughout their busy schedules.

They are looking for staff from a range of diverse backgrounds and roles to take part, and would love you to be involved – email them to find out more: [email protected]

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