First sickle cell nurse in the UK

During Black History Month, we’re celebrating the work of colleagues and those in the health service who have made a difference. Elizabeth Anionwu CBE was the first sickle cell nurse in the UK and has dedicated her life to working with black and minority ethnic communities in London.

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Nice way of working

A new red cell exchange programme is benefitting the lives of young sickle cell patients and the Leeds Therapeutic Apheresis Services (TAS) team explain how it has helped children in the area.

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Why I’m There

Over 47,000 people have signed up as donors following the launch of our #ImThere campaign at the start of National Blood Week and lots of colleagues shared their reasons for supporting the activity so we’ve spotlighted a few and what they do …

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Team Work

The ODT Hub Programme is working with stakeholders to ensure services are developed that truly respond to their needs and save and improve more patients’ lives. One of this year’s key areas of focus is implementing a system that allows Liver Transplant Co-ordinators to register patients, update those registrations and manage their status in real time.

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A Common Passion

Greg Methven joined us as Director of Manufacturing and Logistics (M&L) in February. Here he talks about his plans for M&L over the next 12 months and shares his love of walking with his family.

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Protect and Serve

On Friday 12 May the NHS was one of thousands of organisations worldwide to be impacted by a major cyber security attack. It was a monumental effort to keep affected hospitals supplied with life saving products and protect our systems. Below is a small sample of what we needed to do …

 

 

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