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22 May
2019

Council of Governor election 2019

Polls close 30 May. Have you had your say?

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22 May
2019

Upskilling the support workforce

Three counties’ healthcare providers to launch an Excellence Centre 29 May

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13 May
2019

“Do not compare your inside to another person’s outside”

For Mental Health Awareness Week, Khadj Rouf shares her thoughts on the link between our physical and mental wellbeing, and why we should all aspire to ‘body joy’.

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13 May
2019

Autism and..

We’re marking Neurodiversity Celebration Week by showcasing the work of the trust’s Autism Experience Group – providing useful information and insight into neurodiversity.

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9 May
2019

Polls open for 2019 Council of Governors elections

Members of the trust are being invited to have their say in the future of services by voting for the governor candidate of their choice in a number of areas.

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23 Apr
2019

Chief Operating Officer to become CEO at Avon & Wiltshire

Chief Executive Stuart Bell has congratulated Chief Operating Officer Dominic Hardisty on the news. He will take up his new post on August 1, 2019.

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11 Apr
2019

Craft for a cause: arts programme seeks your woolly donations

Do you like knitting, crocheting or making pom poms?

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18 Mar
2019

Stand to become a governor

Nominations for the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust Council of Governors election close today at 5pm and the trust is inviting nominations from patients, carers, staff and members of the public. See all our opportunities and how to nominate.

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30 Nov
2018

Staff Recognition Awards 2018

A galaxy of stars from Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust have been honoured for their exceptional care, values and performance in the 2018 Staff Recognition Awards.

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7 Feb
2018

Dementia care improved by just one hour of social interaction each week

Increasing the amount of social interaction for people with dementia living in care homes to just one hour a week improves quality of life when combined with personalised care.

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