NTHighlights – 9 November 2018

  1. Recruitment success for nursing vacancies

Nurses who have recently started new roles at the trust have been praising new recruitment centres which have helped cut nurse vacancies to from 99 to five. See the website, Facebook and the Northern Echo

  1. Looking to our leaders for the future

In her weekly blog, chief executive Julie Gillon has explained the importance of the NHS graduate management trainee programme. See the website

  1. Craft and chat group helping people affected by cancer

The craft and chat group, in the trust’s cancer information centre, has been helping people affected by cancer for two years now. See more on the website

  1. Being veteran aware ahead of Armistice Centenary

As the nation marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, the trust has been accredited as ‘Veteran Aware’ today. See the website

  1. Launch of new hair and beauty salon

Today the trust has opened a new hair and beauty salon at the University Hospital of North Tees! See more on Twitter and a full update next week.

  1. Recognition for special care baby unit team

The special care baby unit have been recognised with the team of the month award for their commitment during a recent service change. See Facebook

  1. National pathology week

To mark national pathology week, the trust’s pathology service has opened its doors for public and staff tours of the service. We’ve also featured staff case studies on Facebook

  1. National recognition for digital performance

This week the trust took away the impact of the year award at the Health Tech Awards – recognising its work to go paper free and move patient information to an electronic format. See Twitter

  1. Overseas doctors resettlement programme event

The overseas doctors resettlement programme is now featuring on the NHS Employers website as a case study for good practice.

  1. Maternity research trial success

A total of 150 people have been recruited into a special research trial around reduced foetal movement at 36 weeks’ gestation. See more on Facebook

 

 

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