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What do you believe should be our quality priorities in 2019-20?

Source By: NHS Homerton University Hospital

Every year the Trust is required to set challenging priorities to improve the quality of care provided to our patients. As in previous years the Trust is seeking views on the quality priorities for the coming year (2019-20).

In 2018-19 the Trust identified a total of ten quality priorities for improvement. The Trust has considered some of these previous priorities and is considering continuing with the following priorities for 2019-20:

1. Reduction in the number of pressure ulcers in hospital and the community.
2. Appropriate identification and management of deteriorating patients.
3. Improving management of end of life patients.
4. Improving the first impression and experience of the Trust for all patients and visitors.

In addition to those above we are consulting with staff and key stakeholders to get views on other potential areas for improvement. These are set out in the following survey which we would be very grateful if you could complete.
All results are anonymous and it should only take about three minutes to complete.

Prevention and Testing Team Manager- Closing Date 22nd January 2019

Source By: Positive East

Positive East is a leading HIV Charity and we have been on the forefront of HIV support, prevention and testing services for over 26 years. We are looking for a person with the creativity, dynamism and people skills to take forward the work of our innovative and successful HIV Prevention and Testing service.

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FREE Energy Saving Training

Source By: Citizens Advice Hackney

Workshop presentation on Energy Saving for frontline staff which could save both staff and clients’ money. The funding is until 31/03/19. 

Your staff can show users how to save money when users are approached if they are having financial difficulties. If staff bring their bills with them, we can also demonstrate this by giving live examples.

FREE until 31 March 2019

Workshop on Energy Saving for  staff From Citizens Advice—Hackney


Mr Rashid Seedat - 020 8525 6370 or email

Community Transport Drivers - Closing Date 30th January 2019

Source By: Hackney Community Transport

HCT Group is a growing business – we have grown from a handful of volunteers and a couple of minibuses, with a turnover of £202k in 1993 – to a large scale social enterprise with 1200 employees, more than a dozen depots spread across London, Yorkshire, the Southwest, the Northwest and the Channel Islands, a fleet of 625 vehicles and a 2016/17 turnover of £49.6m.

We operate commercial mainstream bus routes, day centre and school transport across depots in London, Yorkshire and Wakefield. Our community transport services include door to door transport for people who have difficulty using mainstream transport, community group transport and mobility scooter loan services for people with disabilities.

We are seeking friendly, reliable, professional individuals to join HCT for this unique and exciting opportunity as drivers, to provide transportation and support to users of the services according to their individual needs and requirements.

As well as being an excellent driver with a sound understanding of the needs of vulnerable individuals you must hold a clean manual UK Driving Licence with Category D1 entitlement. Due to working with vulnerable adults and children, you must also be willing to apply for an enhanced DBS; if you have a portal DBS, this will be accepted. You will possess excellent communication skills, be flexible, honest, have a ‘can do’ attitude and be confident working on your own initiative.

You will be trained and expected to operate on all Community Transport Services.

A full job description and person specification can be viewed here

To apply for this role, please send a CV and covering letter to no later than Wednesday 30 January 2019. Interviews will be held week commencing 4th February 2019.


Macmillan Learning and Development Grants

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

Macmillan recognises the importance of supporting the learning and development of both Macmillan professionals and the wider cancer workforce with the aim of improving the lives of people living with cancer.


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