BrisDoc's 2018 staff opinion survey was sent out to all employed members of staff across BrisDoc's services.
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Thank you to everyone who got involved in organising a Macmillan Coffee Morning in aid of Cancer Support last month. We have heard of a number of events taking place across BrisDoc services.
Congratulations to Sharon Young from Charlotte Keel who bravely did a sky dive over Salisbury plain last month to raise money for Cancer Research UK
Last month, Dr Kimberly Bruce (GP at Northville Family Practice) and BrisDoc's Community Fund organised a screening of the documentary film, Embrace, which follows body image activist Taryn Brumfitt's crusade as she explores the global issue of body loathing, inspiring us to change the way we feel about ourselves and think about our bodies.
Congratulations to Val Rodrigues from Broadmead Medical Centre who took part in a Memory Walk in Bristol this month in aid of the Alzheimers Society.
BrisDoc's Deputy Medical Director, Dr Rebecca Hennessy, and Clinical Pharmacist, Tauheed Ahmed's, appear on ITV's Tonight show, 'Britain on Painkillers: The Silent Epidemic'
In January this year, BrisDoc's Lead Nurse at Charlotte Keel, Liz Turner, donated her kidney to help her nephew Philip. This was his second transplant, his first transplant was age 7. He and his family have received fantastic support from the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Kidney Patient Association for many years.
On Thursday 19th July, a community outreach session was held at Carr House in St Pauls. The main aim was to increase awareness of measles and MMR vaccinations to the Somali community.
Mental Health issues can affect people in all walks of life. The Government's Department of Health advises that one in four of us will experience mental ill health at some point in our lives.
The National Health Service turned 70 on 5th July 2018 and many of our staff at BrisDoc have taken the opportunity to celebrate in honour of this.