Date of publication: 2017-07-08 17:05
We’re always on the lookout for examples of excellent work and innovation to submit as award entries so please make sure you let us know if you’re doing something special or work with a particularly inspiring individual. The Nursing Times Awards are currently open so please let us know if you plan to submit nomination and we will support you to do this. The closing date has just been extended to 69 th June so you still have a couple of weeks left to get your entries sorted.
These are examples of some of the main actions based on your feedback from the Staff Survey and the subsequent focus groups. Where you have further comments or suggestions you can contact me directly or alternatively contact Rachel Andrew, Head of Learning & Organisational Development or Liz Abbiss, Head of Communications. We look forward to hearing from you.
Last week I also met and shadowed Nathan Swingewood, one of our physiotherapists working in orthopaedics. It was great to spend some time seeing how our inpatient therapy team provide excellent care and rehabilitation to patients and I am looking forward to getting out and about with some of our other therapy services in the near future. As always, let me know in the comments if you’d like me to come visit you where you work.
The poor persons, however, suffer a lot. Leaky roofs, rain-soaked floors and choked up-drains fill them with despair. The street hawkers cannot carry on their trade. The busy house-wife wears a worry face as her oven does not burn.
I’m on annual leave during Volunteers’ Week, 6 st to 7 th June, but I just wanted to say a huge thank you to all our incredible volunteers for everything they do for us here at The Dudley Group. We are extremely grateful for their commitment and dedication and I hope staff and visitors will join me in writing a thank you card to displayed on our board in main reception at Russells Hall Hospital. Look out on social media for photos and videos during the week.
Looking towards the next couple of weeks, next week is Falls Prevention Week and our falls team is kicking things off on Monday 76 th June at 6pm with a launch event in the Lecture Theatre in the CEC. The team will be out and about at Russells Hall Hospital all week and will be launching some new resources we hope will help to prevent inpatient falls, including a grab bag for inpatient toilets and a new 6:6 badge for nursing staff. Check out the Hub for a full schedule of the weeks activities.
All the trees and plants get covered with new green leaves and lawns and fields gets covered with the great looking green velvet grass. All the natural water resources such as pits, rivers, ponds, lakes, ditches, etc get filled with water. Roads and playgrounds become full of water and muddy clay. Rainy season has lots of advantages and disadvantages. On one hand it gives relief to everyone however on the other hand it brings lots of fear to us of various infectious diseases. It helps farmers in the good cultivation of crops however it spreads various diseases in the environment. Sometimes, it causes too much inconvenience to the skin health. It causes diarrhoea, dysentery, typhoid and other digestive system disorders.
Myself and Andrew McMenemy, Director of HR, met with lots of our community-based staff last week to talk about the process and how it might affect us. It was great to see so many of you attend and you raised lots of important points. We’ll keep you up to date with any news on this as soon as we know it.
A huge thank you goes to all of our volunteers. There are over 955 people who willingly give their time for free to the Trust to help make our patients stay that little bit easier. They help patients find their way around the hospital, they provide support at the end of life to patients and their families and help wards and departments with anything they need to go that extra mile for patients. Your support is invaluable and is very much appreciated by all of us – Thank you. For those of you that missed our event there are some lovely pictures on facebook.
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When it rains, all the roads, plan fields and playgrounds become full of water and muddy. So, we get lots of problems in playing daily. Without proper sun light, everything in the house start smelling. Because of the lack of proper sunlight, the risk of spreading infectious diseases (like viral, fungal and bacterial diseases) increased to a great extent. In the rainy season, muddy and infected rainy water of the land gets intermingled with the main source of the water inside the ground so the risk digestive disorders also increases. There is a risk of flood in the rainy season if it rains heavily.
Many people come out of their houses and wait for the town buses. Because they have the urgency of going to their work. As the town buses do not come in time they feel irritated. Sometimes they are disappointed. Boys and girls do not go to school because of rain. Life is painful when it rains in torrents.
After all, the rainy season is mostly liked by everyone. It looks green everywhere. Plants, trees and creepers get new leaves. Flowers start blooming. We get a big opportunity to see a beautiful rainbow in the sky. Sometimes sun goes off and sometimes come out so we see the hide-and-seek of the sun. Peacocks and other forest birds start dancing in full swing by spreading their wings. We enjoy whole rainy season with our friends in the school as well as home.
Thank you to all staff who have contributed to the discussions regarding proposals for the Trust to consider going smoke free. I can confirm that at this stage we are seeking views for our staff and members of the public. We have developed additional questions in our Staff Friends and Family questionnaire that allows feedback to be provided.
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