Big thank you to everyone for their great work over the last week or so battling the weather. I have heard countless stories of colleagues who walked into hospitals to support organ donation, picked up people in 4x4s to make sure that there were enough people in to process blood, and work in labs, as well as collection teams who kept sessions open despite terrible conditions.
The Mayor of Luton, Councillor Mohammad Ayub, joined colleagues at Luton Donor Centre to promote the need for 250 new donors to register and give blood in March.
Tina Connelly, Donor Carer for the Northampton team, talks about how becoming a blood donor inspired her into joining our organisation.
NHSBT’s Allogeneic Serum Eyedrops (AlloSE) Service took home three awards at the Patient Experience Network National Awards (PENNA) in Birmingham this month.
B Positive are to appear at the True Worship summit on Saturday, 10 March.
We have been asking how you will #PressforProgress for International Women’s Day and how the working roles of women have changed through the generations in your family.
Following a review of cost to support the Windows version of the NHSGiveBlood app and it’s low usage, a decision has been made to remove this version from the Windows App Store and cease development in the near future.
Thursday, 8 March marks International Women’s Day. This year’s theme is #PressforProgress.
This week is National Apprenticeship Week 2018. It is an opportunity for everyone in the UK to celebrate apprenticeship achievements so far and showcase how apprenticeships work for individuals, employers, the community and the economy.