Help us help you

The Workforce Directorate need your help as they embark on a review of how they support you and help you develop in your role as part of our existing People Strategy. All you need to do is fill out the survey which will take no more than five minutes to complete.

Read More...

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.

Read More...

World Sight Day

Today is World Sight Day and marks the launch of our ‘Let them see what they can only imagine’ campaign. The campaign aims to encourage more people to say ‘Yes I Donate’ to cornea donation and share this decision with those closest to them.

Read More...

Check your Junk E-mails

In June, we told you about how emails you receive from outside the organisation will be scanned automatically to determine whether they contain confidential data. This will help protect us from an accidental information breach.

Read More...

World Mental Health Day – new course open for applicants

World Mental Health Day is celebrated every year on 10 October. This year’s focus is on mental health in the workplace, a very important topic with mental ill-health being the leading cause of sickness absence in the UK. To address this we are trialling a new Mental Health First Aid course in Sheffield which is now open for applicants, more information below.

Read More...

Over £5,000 raised for Bloodwise – Thank You!

Three weeks ago we held our organisational wide Bake for Bloodwise charity campaign and we were amazed and delighted at the positive response. We are extremely proud to reveal that together we have raised over £5,000 for Bloodwise. 

We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who got behind the Bake for Bloodwise week, (18 –  24 September), the money raised will help to fund pioneering research and patient support.

Read More...