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“I genuinely thought my life was over at points”

Clare marathon training

Clare Raven, a neuro ITU sister at our Trust, was selected as a UK UN delegate and panel speaker at the United Nations Women Event held at the UN headquarters in New York. The event was part of the annual UN Conference for the Commission of the Status of Women (CSW), dedicated to the promotion of gender equality. Clare, herself a victim of domestic abuse and gender-based violence, was a representative of End Honour Killings. This non-profit charity supports victims and survivors of gender-based violence worldwide.

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We’ve hit recovery target – despite March being our busiest month ever

Queen''s and King George hospital exteriors

March was our busiest month on record. We had more than 30,000 people coming through our A&Es and urgent treatment centres, an increase of over 100 patients every day compared with March 2019. Our teams have worked incredibly hard to care for this growing number of patients and meet the national recovery performance target. Despite this achievement, we know too many people are still waiting too long.

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Silver for Sahara B

Staff on Sahara B pose for a group photo on the ward, while Sister Toni and Senior Sister Natalie hold their certificate.

Congratulations to Sahara B ward at Queen’s Hospital, which has become the latest to achieve silver in our ward accreditation scheme.

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