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Advice on getting medicines in the event of a no-deal EU exit

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 23rd October, 2019

Like all NHS providers, we are preparing to deal with the potential consequences of a no-deal EU exit. We are using national guidance and service continuity plans to help minimise any potential disruption and our Chief Pharmacist is participating in regular discussions with the organisations involved in managing this issue. We...

LGBT Foundation Patients’ Experiences of Primary Care Annual Survey

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 23rd October, 2019

The LGBT Foundation Patients’ Experiences of Primary Care Annual Survey is now live - www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/VYJTXS7  This survey asks about your experiences of accessing healthcare services from your GP, dentist, pharmacist and optometrist. It aims to build a picture of current healthcare provision by primary care services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and...

It’s World Menopause Day

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 18th October, 2019

It’s World Menopause Day

World Menopause Day takes place on 18 October every year and raises awareness of the health issues and challenges women can face when approaching, going through and after the menopause.  Our organisation takes menopause very seriously; over 70% of our workforce are women, 60% of whom are over the age of...

An apprentice success story

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 15th October, 2019

An apprentice success story

Laney is an Assistant Practitioner at The Cedars in Exeter, which provides psychiatric inpatient care for people with mental health needs. She is an excellent example of how we have been able to work in partnership to deliver successful apprenticeship programmes for learners with disabilities.  Laney has cerebral palsy and worked as...

October is Stoptober!

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 15th October, 2019

Stoptober runs every October and is a great way for people to challenge themselves to quit smoking for good. Research suggests that if you quit for 28 days, you are five times more likely to quit for good! There are now multiple ways to get support for quitting smoking that can...

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