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The award was in recognition of Ollie's great effort, personal achievement and benefit to the community and was presented by Princess Anne at a ceremony in London
Whilst many of us were glued to the news and social media waiting for updates, BrisDoc's Dr Simon Flower, a Weekday Professional Line GP, was the medic on call for the Mendip Caving Rescue team and was one of the first on scene to help with the rescue mission.
This is a national awareness campaign run by the Self Care Forum. The aim of the week is for people-facing organisations (such as GP surgeries, CCGs, pharmacies, dentists, local authorities and the voluntary and community sector), to use it as a focus to increase people’s ability to self care and improve their levels of health literacy.
In an impassioned speech which drew a standing ovation at the recent COP26 conference, Sir David Attenboroug warned that humanity was "already in trouble" because of rising carbon levels in the atmosphere.
With an aim of combating the continual pressures felt across the local care system and an ambition to deliver the 'right care, at the right time, in the right place', changes are being made to extend SevernSide's Clinical Assessment Service - CAS (our clinical and operational team who triage and treat patients via telephone and video) to become part of the plans for a wider 'System CAS'.
One25 is a Bristol women’s charity which reaches out to some of the city’s most marginalised women, many who are trapped in street sex work. BrisDoc's Homeless Health Service are proud to support the charity by providing weekly on-site clinics run by Dr Lucy Potter & Dr Elaine Driver.
We are excited to announce the very first BrisDoc Co-owners Council meeting took place this month. Representation from all areas for BrisDoc came together to discuss the purpose of the Co-owners Council and how it can best serve all BrisDoc Co-owners and patients alike.
BrisDoc's Wellbeing Team put together some nice little hampers in aid of World Mental Health Day on the 10th October. The hampers were distributed to all bases and practices with the hope that everyone would be able to take a break and make use of some of the goodies.
October marks Black History Month and we take the opportunity to celebrate some of the many people from African and Caribbean backgrounds that have been a fundamental part of British history.