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There is no 'I' in team

Posted by 24 August 2021

Hello everyone! We wanted to start by introducing ourselves. My name is Ysi Henry and I am a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy student studying at St. George’s University of London and my name is Amar Dhani and I am a pre-registration MSc Physiotherapy student also studying at St. George’s. Thank you in...

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All in this together

Posted by Dr Navina Evans13 August 2021

Public interest and recognition of the NHS and its workforce has grown immeasurably over the past year, reaffirming the drive to keep our NHS strong and ready to care for the population of England, whatever the future brings.

I am immensely proud to be part of the organisation challenged...

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Navina welcomes Amanda

Posted by Dr Navina Evans4 August 2021

Simon Stevens was a formidable NHS Chief Executive, we have much to thank him for. Our relationship was productive, professional and rooted in partnership. Amanda Pritchard is a brilliant successor, and our relationship will flourish further.

Amanda’s experience, commitment, and...

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Laura Roberts Discovery Report Blog

Posted by Laura Roberts, Director of Skills Development and Participation 3 August 2021

Work experience is a way in which we can give people a window into what working in the NHS is really like, giving them an idea of the types of jobs and careers that are available. Not just young people of school leaver age, but veterans, university leavers and people who are looking for a change...

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Leadership placement - Gemma Raybould

Posted by 28 July 2021

Gemma Raybould, MSc Pre–Registration Physiotherapy Student (2nd Year), Birmingham City University

As I have just finished my six-week leadership placement with Beverley Harden (National AHP Lead), I thought it would be beneficial to share my experiences with other students who may be lucky...

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