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Take part in the NHS Big Tea today

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 5th July, 2021

Take part in the NHS Big Tea today

The NHS Big Tea returns today, Monday 5 July to mark the 73rd Birthday of the NHS. The event encourages people to take a break, have a chat and enjoy a Big Tea celebration. The Big Tea is a national celebration of the extraordinary NHS staff up and down the country...

Esther’s weekly musings

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News on 2nd July, 2021

Esther Waring, Peer Trainer with Devon Recovery Learning Community (DRLC) has produced a collection of written musings that have been formatted into a flip book  In her weekly musings, Esther shares her thoughts of living through lockdown as a person with mental health struggles. However, they could be about living through...

Get involved with the NHS Birthday

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 2nd July, 2021

Get involved with the NHS Birthday

The NHS celebrates its 73rd Birthday on Monday 5 July and there are a number of events happening across the weekend. Memorial service On Saturday 3 July, the NHS will hold a special memorial service in the Blossom Memorial Garden in East London to remember NHS colleagues who have sadly died during...

Teams shortlisted for HSJ Patient Safety Awards

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in #ProudofDPT, News on 30th June, 2021

Teams shortlisted for HSJ Patient Safety Awards

Congratulations to three of our teams, who have been shortlisted in this year's HSJ Patient Safety Awards. Mental Health Initiative of the Year: Connecting physical and mental health services in Gastroenterology - Devon Partnership NHS Trust and the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust Patient Safety Education and Training Award: Introducing...

Pause for Thought - Please DO walk on the grass

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Pause for Thought on 28th June, 2021

Pause for Thought - Please DO walk on the grass

Malc Reddaway, Senior Chaplain, came across a sign that got him thinking about the need to sometimes get off the beaten track and enjoy the grass beneath your feet. Malc says: Please DO walk on the grass"Do you ever see things that grab your attention but then you can’t quite work...

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