We’ve held two further Bones weeks, blitz weeks which saw us focus our resources to carry out several times the usual number of operations in just one week. In five days from Monday 16 May we exceeded our own expectations – carrying out 62 procedures against a target of 50.Read " Bones week blitzes exceed expectation an…"
Find out the thoughts and priorities of our new Interim Director of Midwifery and Divisional Director of Nursing for Women’s Health Abiola Jinadu, who recently joined our Trust.Read " Meet our new Interim Director of Midwife…"
Monkeypox is a rare viral infection usually associated with travel to central and west Africa.Read " Monkeypox in the UK…"
Several members of staff at our Trust were presented with You Made a Difference awards this week, following nominations by our patients.Read " Colleagues receive You Made a Difference…"
Tuesday 17 May was International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia, and we marked it by sharing a statement from our LGBT+ Staff Network and other networks across north east London.Read " A statement of support for transgender a…"
Our teams have been working extremely hard to see patients whose treatment has been delayed by Covid-19. They’ve reduced the number of those waiting for more than two years (104+ weeks) from 218 to 72 in just three weeks.Read " Teams pull out all the stops to cut wait…"
To mark International Nurses’ Day (Thursday 12 May) we spoke to Rosemarie Stewart, one of our newly qualified nurses, about why she got into nursing and her experiences so far.Read " Celebrating our nurses on International …"
This month we’re shining a spotlight on our networks as we celebrate National Staff Networks Day today (Wednesday 11 May). Paul, from our Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion team, tells his story of being ‘neurodivergent’.Read " Paul shares his experience of autism and…"