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Looking after your mental health

In this week’s blog Kerry Gowland from the workforce department talks about how the organisation is supporting staff when it comes to their mental health.

Andy Rooks: Mobilising Nervecentre

Patient care is the most important aspect of my current role; it always has been and always will be. I started my role working within Clinical Informatics following 26 years working frontline as a qualified nurse.

Working on Nervecentre: Elouise Dellin

Elouise Dellin

Although it sounds like a cliché I have always wanted to be a nurse, my nanna was a nurse and my mother is a nurse.

Adam Charlton is cutting down on the paperwork

Adam Charlton Digital Healthcare Gateshead

I have worked for the Trust for almost 10 years, with the majority of my time working on digital transformation projects within Clinical Informatics.

Celebrating ten years of Blaydon Walk in Centre

Dionne Haggerty, Junior Nurse Practitioner, started her career at Blaydon Walk In Centre when it first opened its doors a decade ago. Here she shares her experiences of how the site has changed over the years.

Preparing the nurses of tomorrow

In our latest blog Ami Jackson explains how the NHS in Gateshead is supporting the nursing teams of the future.

Patients are in safe hands with the Falls Rapid Response Team

Around one in three adults over the age of 65 will have at least one fall a year and about half of these will have more than one fall in the same 12 month period.

A chat with a digital midwife

A national network of ‘digital midwives’ is helping to harness the power of technology to improve maternity care.

Chief Executive blog: Welcome Yvonne

Our new chief executive Yvonne Ormston MBE reflects on her first week in the job and talks about the warm welcome she has received from staff and partners.

Former Patient Brings Comfort to Patients in Critical Care

Three and a half years ago, Mel Ainsley was fighting for his life in critical care after contracting meningococcal septicaemia.

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