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Trevor Hubbard
Deputy Executive Director of Nursing at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. passionate about Nursing and Patient Care - all views are my own
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Andy Rogers Oct 12
Just about recovered after last night's national awards. Well chuffed that we were named Public Sector Team of the Year, great for - well done to everyone in the team πŸ‘
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Trevor Hubbard Oct 9
Information on the intranet under Nursing Now. Applications from nurses and midwives qualified in the last 2 years. If successful we will run further programmes
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Trevor Hubbard Oct 8
Well done Erin. Looking forward to welcoming you into the course at the end of the month
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Trevor Hubbard Oct 8
22 nurses and midwives who are newly qualified have been successful in joining our leadership programme which launches in 2 weeks. Looking forward to seeing their journey
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IP_@SHS Oct 7
Join our - starts again in January 2020 - easy access online course promoting best practice in - suitable for anyone working across health & care settings
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Bethan Oct 4
1st week of our pragmatic month. PDSAs, CFS, MDT critiria led discharge plan, QI ,, the front door and the in-patient teams all working together. Wow what a week, what a team, go Withybush Hospital
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Tina Macphail-Owen Oct 5
A fabulous shining example πŸ’« my head of nursing receiving the flu vaccine. Next pop in session for staff is Tuesday 8th October from 8am in main reception YG.
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Trevor Hubbard Oct 5
So important for all staff to get their flu jab to protect themselves and prevent transmission to our vulnerable patients
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Jayne Sankey Oct 4
East Area Community Resource Team (CRT) have had a busy day today. 8 patients supported home🏠, and they are still on site supporting evening discharges, and will be back there early in the morning! Fabulous team πŸ‘πŸ‘
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Lynne Williams Oct 4
So proud to see this course start this week at - facilitated by - supporting CPD and developments in critical care
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Billy Nichols πŸ‘¨β€β€οΈβ€πŸ‘¨πŸ³β€πŸŒˆπŸ‘©β€β€οΈβ€πŸ‘© Oct 3
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Nursing Now Sep 27
"The campaign & the designation of 2020 as the β€œYear of the Nurse & Midwife” by highlights the need to acknowledge the competence, increase the influence, & maximise the contribution of nursing to the achievement of ."
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Trevor Hubbard Sep 27
Congratulations Kayte and well done
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Trevor Hubbard Sep 26
⁦⁩ leading the adult work stream workshop at the conference today. Triangulated approach and professional judgement key to keeping our patients and staff safe ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩
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Trevor Hubbard Sep 26
⁦⁩ opening the conference in Cardiff this morning with commitment to giving support to rolling out Act to Paediatrics in 2020 ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩
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Alexander Crawford Sep 25
Dr. Sheriff describes the changes at Royal Gwent Elderly Frail Unit positively impacting patient care. Tribute paid to Tim Watkins who recently passed away. Tim helped EFU identify improvements. A valued colleague who made a real difference to patients!
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πš†πš’πš•πš•πš’πšŠπš– π™Ύπš•πš’πšŸπšŽπš› 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Sep 24
Looking forward to welcoming over 130 delegates to the National Developing Ambulatory Emergency Care conference tomorrow. A day of learning and sharing to make a difference across Wales
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Trevor Hubbard Sep 25
Llandudno AEC Unit presenting their sub acute service supporting primary care and highlighting issues around Transport and IT as barriers but opportunities for increasing frailty capacity and advice to care homes to prevent admission
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Trevor Hubbard Sep 25
YGC has the only combined medical and surgical ambulatory service in Wales. Great leadership from our clinical leads and MDT to pull this together
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Trevor Hubbard Sep 25
48% of patients over 85 will die within 1 year of admission to hospital. Using ambulatory care for frail elderly patients keeps 80% in their own home and readmission within 28 days is only 11% at Singleton Hospital
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