International Nurses’ Day

International Nurses’ Day takes place on 12 May and focuses on what it means to be a nurse and how our nurses have led patient care, particularly through the past few challenging years.

We want to say huge thank you to all our nurses across the organisation. They have continued to provide outstanding care to our patients, through very difficult circumstances and we are extremely grateful to them. We could not have done it without them.

Below you will find stories about our fantastic nurses and some comments from our staff who work with nurses and what it means to them.

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International Nurses’ Day

Trust nurse wins Cavell Star Award

We are very proud of our Tissue Viability Nurse, Amy Townsend, who has received a Cavell Star award. An inspiring national awards programme, Cavell Star Awards are given to nurses, midwives, nursing associates and healthcare assistants who shine bright and show exceptional care to one of three groups of people, their colleagues, their patients or patients’ families.

Trust wins Nursing Times Award

The Trust is delighted to have won a Nursing Times Award at last night’s ceremony. The National High Secure Healthcare Services for Women, Intensive Care Coral Ward Team at Rampton Hospital, won the Nursing in Mental Health category for reducing restrictive practice and improving patient experience.



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