Hello My Name Is.... Faye Junio Ward 5b
Last Saturday we recruited 32 new nurses including some overseas nurses and return to practice. Here, one of our earliest overseas colleagues tell us all about herself. Hello my name is....... Faye Irene Junio I am called Irene by my friends and colleagues. I originally came from the Philippines. read more
Important information about expenses payments
To make sure colleagues receive their expenses in a timely manner, the date for submitting and approving expenses has changed to the 5th of the month. All claims received or approved after this date will be processed the following month. A new NHS Expenses Mobile app is now available to help colleagues on the go. read more
Nice and kn-eesy does it.
12 Emergency Nurse Practitioners (ENP) from across sites came together for the 5th Continued Professional Development day (CPD) The day designed for continued professional development and intended to educate and discuss all aspects of examination and management of the patient attending the ED with a minor injury. read more
Fab photos final roundup...And here's the ones who thought they'd got away....
Our Photos 2017 series of colleagues from right across the Trust has been a real success. We've been featuring them every week and they've gone down a storm with so many clicks and it's been a pleasure to share them these past few weeks. read more
Molly's memories from 1960s HRI
Carole Hallam's memories of being a Student Nurse were hugely popular a couple of weeks ago. So this week there's another chance to go back in time - right to the 1960s - as penned by former HRI nurse Molly Brearley. Molly has brought out a book.....Which is entitled "The calling: Life as a student nurse in the 1960s. read more
Between 2 and 8 is just great - fridge temperature monitoring
We know that milk goes off easily if it's not stored at the right temperature, and salad leaves can freeze if they are shoved to the back of the fridge - and our medicines are no different. They need to be stored correctly and at the right temperature to make sure they don't become ineffective. read more