Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT) has been recognised for its work to create a culture where staff feel able to ‘speak up’ and raise concerns over patient safety or unsafe practice with a nomination at the health care industry’s leading awards ceremony.
People from Shropshire, Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent are invited to join Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (MPFT) in celebrating the physical and mental health, learning disability and adult social care services that the Trust provides at a celebration event next week.
Although going to university is an exciting new experience, lots of things about it can seem quite overwhelming, whether you’re a returning student or starting university for the first time. New experiences like meeting deadlines and living in shared accommodation can seem challenging at first, but having tools to keep you well can help make it easier to manage daily stresses.
The Annual Members’ Meeting for Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust will be held on Wednesday 12 September 2018 at 1315.
The meeting will be held in the Learning Centre at St George’s Hospital, Corporation Street, Stafford ST16 3SR and will include the presentation of the Annual Report and Accounts and Quality Report of South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust.
There are just over one million lesbian, gay and bisexual people living in the UK as of 2016, a number that has only been growing over recent years. It’s hard to guess exactly how many live in Telford & Wrekin, because people can often be reluctant to discuss personal aspects of their identity. If we assume it’s in line with the national stats then there are probably thousands in the area.
A former soldier who now educates people on healthy living in the NHS is tackling 22 half marathons in 22 days to raise awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) following his own battle with the condition.
I don’t know about anyone else, but last night, watching the inevitable penalties, I was so wound up I was stood in my living room in front of the television, jogging on the spot. There was a lot of adrenaline flying over the pitch and over the country, but I don’t feel we every really stop to think about what that is and why it takes control of us, or how impressive it is when players do manage to keep their cool.