A focus was placed on the needs of people with dementia and their carers during a conference which was held at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Supporting staff to achieve their full potential is the mission for a completely refurbished training centre which has been opened at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
An exciting new recruitment campaign is being revved up by the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.
A rising demand for mental health services in West Norfolk has resulted in extra training for staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn. Continue reading Rising demand prompts additional training
A Lifelong Learning event was recently held as a celebration of the partnership programme between The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and UNISON.
Lifelong Learning, a program set up by The Trust in November 2013 aims to provide learning opportunities for staff to aid confidence and social skills. The opportunities provided do not necessarily relate to work and are often provided by staff in their own time with classes including dancing, yoga, pilates, language classes and sewing. To date, nearly 1,000 employees have taken part in the range of activities on offer. Continue reading Lifelong Learning Success
The future of apprenticeships at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn has been protected after an agreement between the Joint Staff Side Committee and The Trust was recently signed.
The Apprenticeship Agreement is a mutual contract between the unions and the Trust, designed to enhance partnership working. It makes sure policies and procedures are followed, in line with staff policies, while providing another way to negotiate terms and conditions for apprentices. The agreement is designed to develop people, so they ultimately achieve permanent roles within The Trust or National Health Service. Continue reading Apprentice Agreement Supports the Next Generation