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Hospital staff celebrate local achievements at 'Putting Pride into Practice' event 

Staff at Salisbury District Hospital enjoyed a unique opportunity to share best practice, celebrate their achievements and highlight improvements to patient care at the Trust’s Putting PRIDE Into Our Practice – Making Every Contact Count event.
Putting Pride into Practice 
Tracey Nutter, Director of Nursing with nurses, midwives and therapists at the Putting PRIDE into Our Practice - Making Every Contact Count event.

The local event reflected the Chief Nursing Officer for England’s new vision for staff who provide care to patients that centres on six key values and behaviours. It also complemented the key themes and recommendations in the Francis Report, which covered the public inquiry into the care and treatment at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.

Tracey Nutter, Director of Nursing said: “It’s important that all NHS staff have a set of values and behaviours that ensure they provide good quality, safe care, and that we continue to celebrate achievements and share best practice as widely as we can.”

“This event focused on the main national values of care and compassion and the factors that ensure that staff have the skills and knowledge that they need to provide the very best care that they can for their patients. It also gave us an opportunity to highlight the excellent work that takes place here in Salisbury and ensure that this is shared with our staff across the hospital.”

For further information please contact:

Patrick Butler,
Public Relations Manager,
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust.
Tel: 01722 425170.

Page Last Updated: 08/05/2014 10:06 
Printed from Salisbury NHS Foundation Website