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    NHS Experience of Care Week

    18 April 2019

    Next week (22-26 April 2019) marks NHS Experience of Care Week. Across the whole NHS we are keen for patients, their families and carers and staff to take the opportunity to reflect on and find out more about how their experiences can help make our services better. Here at CNWL, we value feedback. We know […]

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    Restricted access to Eaglestone Health Centre today

    18 April 2019

    Access to the Eaglestone Health Centre on the Milton Keynes Hospital site is restricted today (Thursday 18 April) due to a small fire at entrance 1. No damage was caused to clinics. However, entrance 1 remains closed to patients who are due to attend clinics for podiatry services, speech and language therapy services, adult hearing […]

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    Language, listening and the Grenfell community

    18 April 2019

    Fatima Elguenuni, Grenfell Community Consultant for CNWL, talks about the importance of language and listening in the context of delivering health services to the Grenfell community. You can watch the video on the Kings Fund website 

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    Parkside

    17 April 2019

    A spokesperson for CNWL said: “Parkside was sold in March 2019 for £4.38m and the whole amount went to the NHS; there is no privatisation, no service reduction; services will increase. We have been at Parkside for many years but it is no longer suitable for a clinic and the cost of bringing it up […]

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    Meet Lee Byers, Matron at St Charles Hospital

    17 April 2019

    Lee, 36, has been one of the Matrons at St Charles (specifically the acute wards Thames, Ganges and Danube) since January 2019, after 15 years in Brent; working with his colleague things are changing. He’s just been round the wards when we meet up; he’s being shadowed by Alisha who is on the Capital Nurse […]

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    CNWL therapist features in NHS video on coping with stress

    17 April 2019

    CNWL therapist Anthony Newton features in a helpful NHS video on coping with stress. April is National Stress Awareness Month, an annual campaign aimed at raising awareness about how we can reduce stress, and the support that’s available. In the video, produced by the North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups, Anthony gives five […]

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    BAME network group celebrate New Beginnings

    16 April 2019

    Yesterday (Monday 15 April) our Black and Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) network group invited friends and colleagues to  celebrate upcoming festivals during Spring season. The afternoon event titled ‘New Beginnings’  represents the time of various cultural celebrations including Easter, Rama Navami, Passover, Mahavira Jayanti, Eostre and Vaisakhi. Taking place at Argo House, staff presented to one […]

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    CNWL staff publish paper in prestigious medical journal

    16 April 2019

    TWO CNWL members of staff have co-authored a systematic review of studies of cognitive impairment in patients with Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome (pSS) – a rheumatic disease of autoimmune and inflammatory origin. Marco Isetta, from the Trust’s Library and Knowledge Services, and Dr Jordi Serra-Mestres, Neuropsychiatrist and Consultant in Old Age Psychiatry, joined with three other […]

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    Dr Laura Waters from Mortimer Market Centre on ‘I feel fatigued most of the time’

    15 April 2019

    Dr Laura Waters, an HIV and sexual health consultant at the Mortimer Market Centre answers questions every week in Boyz magazine. To find out this weeks question and answer, visit the Boyz website.

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    Carers’ Council February 2019 meeting minutes published

    15 April 2019

    We have published the minutes of February’s Carers’ Council meeting. You can access it by clicking on the below link: Minutes from meeting on 6 February 2019 

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