To celebrate No Smoking Day 2023, MPFT has signed the NHS Smoke Free Pledge.
The Pledge was developed by Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) and is designed to be a clear and visible way for NHS organisations to show their commitment and reaffirm their support for a smoke free NHS, helping smokers quit and creating an environment to help them do so.
MPFT is celebrating today, having scored amongst the top Trusts in all categories of the 2022 national NHS staff survey, surpassing the previous year’s results despite another challenging year for NHS services.
Health visitors and school nurses from MPFT's Families Health and Wellbeing 0 to 19 Service have launched a podcast series in a bid to reach more parents looking for health advice for children and young people.
The annual Student Nursing Times Awards celebrate the best of student nurses, highlighting excellence in all specialties.
Shortlisted for the Learner of the Year: Post-registration Award, is MSc Advanced Clinical Practice student, Simon Fraher. Simon is a Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and Physical Health Lead, working across Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin.
MPFT is delighted to have been awarded the Outstanding Contribution to the Development of Apprentices (Large Employer) Award at Newcastle and Stafford Colleges Group (NSCG) Employer Awards.
NSCG’s Employer Awards celebrate the work of its employer partners, and were awarded during National Apprenticeships Week, 6 – 12 February.
MPFT is proud to join the celebration of Care Day 2023: the world’s largest celebration of children and young people with care experience taking place on Friday 17 February.
To mark the event, MPFT’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) in Lichfield are inviting visitors to Holly Lodge, and the wider Midlands community, to learn about care experience and embrace remarkable stories of hope, courage, determination and success.
Hundreds of women are to benefit from faster access to breast cancer screening following the delivery of a new state-of-the-art mobile screening unit in North Staffordshire.
People living in and around Cheadle will be able attend screening appointments at the mobile unit – which is one of the largest in the UK – now it is on site at Cheadle Hospital.
Mental Health Support Teams in South Staffordshire schools are proud to be supporting Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week.
The week offers a great opportunity to shine a light on the importance of children and young people’s mental health, with this year's theme being ‘Let's Connect’.