Monday was in the West End with 121s and other meetings. I am now starting to get to a point where I have to recognise that I won’t be here to see through much of what I am talking to people about – which is a shame! However, I know …
This has been a short week, returning from holiday on Wednesday after a week away. It turns out that it was hotter here than there! To that end thank you everyone for the great work keeping things going. I know in this country we don’t really do extremes of weather …
Deborah Jennings is the Partnership and Engagement Lead in Corporate Continuous Improvement. Here she blogs about a recent visit from the Q Community.
Anna Sidders is a Trial Manager in the Clinical Trials Unit, where she has worked since 2016. She describes how, since its inception 70 years ago, working in the NHS has become a family trait.
Marie sings in the B Positive Choir alongside her partner, Calvin Campbell who has sickle cell anaemia.
Latest NMC figures show that as we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the creation of our National Health Service we still face considerable issues in recruiting men into the Nursing profession. The figure for males entering the profession has remained stubbornly low and as a proud nurse, I find that very disappointing.
Jan Majkowski is a Processing Team Manager in Processing, Testing and Tissue. He recently took part in the Blenheim Palace triathlon to raise funds for Bloodwise.
Head of Business Continuity, Tom Cowdrey gives an insight into the vital role of his team and how national risks can influence NHSBT’s risk planning.
Jo Bunnet is a statistician in Statistics and Clinical Studies and describes her experience of a conference she attended earlier this year. She has worked at NHSBT since October 2016. Jo has an MSc with distinction in Statistics with Applications in Medicine from the University of Southampton.
Catherine Ongers is a programme manager in the ICT directorate. In her blog, she outlines some of the projects she is currently working on.