Category: Nursing

Spotlight on our Satellites – Queen Square

By Amy Williamson on 15/11/21
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As part of a new series we’ve decided to call “Spotlight on our Satellites” we are going to be highlighting some of the amazing satellite units across our Trusts. The first one we are going to introduce you to is Queen Square and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery which are part of UCLH Trust and covered by our UCLH Staff Bank team.

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Discounts, Benefits & Resources for NHS Staff

By Tierney Kydd on 16/02/21
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As a valued part of the Bank Partners workforce, you are eligible for some fantastic offers and discounts just for NHS workers. We have put together a useful summary of the type of offers you can enjoy as well as the resources you help you through this challenging time.

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The importance of getting the COVID-19 vaccine

By Tierney Kydd on 22/01/21
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Bank Partners continue to work with our NHS partners to provide Nursing, Doctors, AHP and Clerical staff to support the Trusts where required, as our brave NHS heroes continue the fight against COVID-19. Although the start of 2021 has been an uphill climb and shown there is still a long road ahead, the first phase of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout has now begun and is gaining momentum.

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COVID-19 and You: Our Tips for Stronger Mental Health this Winter

By Tierney Kydd on 06/11/20

As we head into winter and the challenges that come with it, NHS staff of all levels are braving the front line to tackle this season together.

We know that this year has been one of the most uniquely challenging for a generation and recognising the impact of COVID-19 on the health and wellbeing of NHS workers is crucial as the flu season begins.

Supporting your mental health is a top priority for us, so we’ve compiled some tips to help support your mental health, as well as resources where you can find help if, or when, you need it.

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5 reasons to work flexible NHS bank shifts

By Amy Williamson on 17/04/20
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We all know the famous song about working nine to five and whilst this may be a common working pattern for most, it doesn’t work for everyone. In fact, the 2019 UK Working Lives Report[1] revealed that 68% of those surveyed would like to work flexibly in a way that is not currently available. For those working in clinical jobs, where the typical shift is twelve hours, the ability to work flexibly is particularly valued.

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