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National recognition

Not one but two award-winning Trust teams at the British Medical Journal awards

BMJ palliative winBMJ high impact win

jamie profile

Teenage Cancer Trust lead nurse Jamie Cargill was awarded a Florence Nightingale Foundation Leadership Scholarship.

"To be awarded a Florence Nightingale Foundation Leadership Scholarship is huge honour. It is an amazing opportunity to undertake a bespoke programme of personal development. I think the reputation and opportunities it brings in clinical and career terms is tremendous and I hope will support me in channeling my academic and clinical interests in a really meaningful way" said Jamie.

To find our more about Jamie's career at our Trust, click here.

 

Happy App HSJ Award

The team behind an innovative website which allows staff at University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust to provide feedback about their mood and what is going right and wrong have won a prestigious national award.

On 23 November they were announced as winners of the Staff Engagement category at the HSJ Awards 2016 ceremony, which took place at the Intercontinental O2 in London.

Read more here.

 

 

Published works:

Ruth Hendy, lead cancer nurse - Understanding, responding and prioritising cancer patients' experience feedback and Dare to change. (You will need a subscription to read these works.)

 

Paula Tacchi, research matron - Development of a skill mix and study planning tool for research teams

Lisa Gritzmacher, BHF familial hypercholesterolaemia clinical nurse specialist - Nurse-led cascade screening for FH: filling in the gaps