Archive for August, 2019
Every year Bolton NHS Foundation Trust publishes a quality account, giving details of how well
Partner organisations from across Bolton, Salford and Wigan met at Ingleside Birth and Community Centre today (Wednesday 21st August) to welcome Professor Jacqueline Dunkley-Bent, NHS England’s first Chief Midwifery Officer.
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust’s learning disability specialist nurse, Jainab Desai, has recently graduated from the Florence Nightingale Foundation’s ‘Windrush Nurses and Midwives leadership programme’.
A Government minister gave his backing to a pioneering new college in Greater Manchester that will train a new generation of health and social care professionals.
A surgeon from Bolton NHS Foundation Trust has been chosen as one of one eight female surgeons from across the UK to be awarded a prestigious fellowship for future leaders in the field of surgery.
For the first time, a volunteer has been named as Bolton NHS Foundation Trust’s Employee of the Month.
Bolton physiotherapist Clodagh McCague has been named as Best Practice Educator in an award from students at Manchester Metropolitan University.
The next meeting is on Wednesday 7th August, 7-9pm at Café Italia in Bolton.