News tagged Nursing

Second year students opt to work early

Posted on in Nurses

More than 150 second year students have opted to start work early, while completing their studies, to help South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust during the coronavirus pandemic. They have been employed by the trust as health care assistants (mid programme students) and will take on extended placements at The James Cook University Hospital, Friarage Hospital, Redcar Primary Care Hospital and East Cleveland Primary Care Hospital as paid members of staff.

Karen hits 40 year milestone

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It was 40 years ago when Karen Banham first proudly donned her nursing hat. Her father was not keen to let her join the police force and her teacher said she would make a good nurse, and so it was decided that she would apply to attend the Queen Elizabeth School of Nursing.

Thanks to 3,457 patients for our best year in R&D

Posted on in Events, Health improvement, Hospitals, National campaigns, Nurses, Research, Staff, The Friarage, The trust

A massive “thank you” is being issued to 3,457 patients and more than 200 staff, after South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust enjoyed a record year in Research & Development. The year 2016 to 2017 became South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s most successful in R&D to date, as the Trust boasted a 17% increase in the number of patients taking part in clinical trials compared with the previous year.

Nightingales revealed ahead of International Nurses Day

Posted on in Awards, Events, Hospitals, Nurses, Services, Staff, The Friarage, The trust

Our nursing heroes have been unveiled ahead of International Nurses Day this Friday, after being honoured honoured at the 14th annual Nightingale Awards at Middlesbrough FC’s Riverside Stadium. Kelly Rowe’s exemplary service to paediatric care since 1996, and the many innovations she has introduced as a specialist diabetes nurse saw her named overall winner of the Nightingales, as well as the best Senior Nurse and winner of the Paediatric Award.

Vulnerable patients tell staff: ‘We’re relying on you to fight flu’.

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Having the flu jab this year could save a life – yours, a hospital patient’s or a member of your family’s. That’s the message to staff at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, as part of a hard-hitting campaign to encourage them to get vaccinated against flu.