The deadline for completing Our Voice – Check Up! has been extended for another week, with a new closing date of 5pm on Wednesday 3rd October. This will ensure there is enough time for everyone to complete the survey, particularly the mobile teams and others who work remotely.
On Tuesday, 9 October NHSBT will be joining hundreds of organisations across the globe celebrating Ada Lovelace Day to inspire girls and young women into Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) study and careers.
This week, Filton celebrated its 10th anniversary since its doors opened and the first departments moved into the centre.
London North Eastern Railway (LNER) have amended and cancelled some services between London King’s Cross and Leeds, and the direct service between Stirling and Edinburgh.
Recruitment is currently underway for our new Chief Executive. The final selection day will take place on Thursday 11 October in Filton and we are inviting frontline colleagues to get involved.
Specialist Nurse, Charlotte Goodwin has pledged to run 1000 miles in 2018 and dedicated September to promoting organ donation with her very interesting running routes…
You may see stories in the news this week related to the Public Inquiry announced by the Government into how infected blood was given to patients in the past, as the opening sessions of the Inquiry commence this week. The Inquiry is primarily concerned with infected blood and blood products used by the NHS during the 1970s and 80s.
As part of National Inclusion week, Luke Foster, Chair of the LGBT+ Network, shares what the network have achieved this year and what we can expect in the months ahead.
This week is National Inclusion Week, which aims to highlight the value of inclusion in the workplace. This year’s theme is ‘Everyday Inclusion’.