• Mental Health Awareness Week 15-21 May

    12 May 2023

    From the 15-21 May the trust will mark Mental Health Awareness week and the theme for this year is ‘anxiety.’ Service lines have been busy preparing to arrange a bumper line up of events during the week, here is a preview of what’s to come.

  • Trust refugee nurse features in Nursing Times

    12 May 2023

    One of the Trust's refugee nurses featured in Nursing Times as part of International Nurses Day (Friday 12 May). Louai Sharkawi, who works as a healthcare assistant (HCS), came to the UK from Lebanon after fleeing his home country of Palestine. He qualified as a nurse in 2016 in…

  • Martina Gomez, Community Learning Disability Nurse, shares what International Nurses Day means to her.

    11 May 2023

    After working as a residential care home manager for many years, and recognising many changes within services. I made the decision to study to become a learning disability nurse. This decision allowed me to continue to work with the same client group in a field I love . As a…

  • Chelsea Verrinder, Nurse apprentice, shares what International Nurses Day means to her.

    11 May 2023

    I always knew I wanted to work in mental healthcare having grown up with first hand experiences of mental illness in my family, but I had never considered nursing until I joined the trust as a healthcare facilitator in2019. I was instantly inspired by the hard work, compassion,…

  • Remeilyn Rakman, Mental Health Nurse on Solaris Ward Forensic Services shares what International Nurses Day means to her.

    10 May 2023

    As we mark International Nurses’ Day on Friday we are sharing the stories of nurses working in the Trust at the beginning or early in the career to celebrate the theme #FutureOfNursing. Chelsea Verrinder, Remeilyn Rakman and Martina Gomez share what International Nurses Day means…