- published: 18 May 2016
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An animation produced by CreativeConnection for Portsmouth Hospital NHS Trust which brings together stories from their staff and examples of staff led changes. This animation emphasises the importance of taking individual responsibility, and it demonstrates how an engaged and motivated workforce enables PHT to achieve excellence for the benefit of patients. Project Manager - Jessica Harvey Animator - Blanche Ellis CLIENT WEBSITE: http://www.noebackpainprogramme.nhs.uk/ FIND US: Website - http://www.creativeconnection.co.uk/ Subscribe - https://www.youtube.com/user/visualmi... Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/creativeconnec Twitter - https://twitter.com/creativeconnec Instagram - https://instagram.com/creative_connection/
Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust used the Healthcare Leadership Model 360 degree feedback tool and this video shows them speaking about their experiences. For more information on the Healthcare Leadership Model - http://bit.ly/1JCLpOA
If you're staying away from home for the first time, halls are a good way to make friends and settle into the University community. One of ours students gives a quick guide to living in halls. Visit our Accommodation pages for more details (http://bit.ly/1MO7FM6)
As part of a quality improvement (QI) project undertaken to improve the quality and consistency of patient education when starting anticoagulant medication used to prevent or treat blood clots, also known as thrombosis, Simon Freathy the Venous Thromboembolism Specialist Practitioner at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust organised a patient engagement event called ‘My Anticoagulation: What matters to me’. This event used emotional mapping to capture what is felt like to patients to be told they need anticoagulant (blood-thinning) medication and what impact it had on their lives, as well as how Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust could do things differently to improve the service they deliver. Over 50 patients and staff took part in the event and CreativeConnection produced this short animation wit...
After 10 years fundraising, the Tom Prince Cancer Trust have just reached their target of £1million for research into osteosarcoma - a very rare type of cancer that affected Tom. The family started the trust in memory of Portsmouth lad Tom who died on the eve of his 16th birthday. Tom's father Clinton Prince and his sister Emma Prince joined our presenter Charlotte Briere-Edney in the studio.... http://www.tomprince.co.uk/
Involvement in a Timeline Events photoshoot off Portsmouth onboard High Speed Launch 102, Motor Gun Boat 81 and Motor Launch 1387 (HMS Medusa) representing both RN and RAF personnel. Coastal Motorboat Heritage Trust website (HSL 102 & MGB 81) - www.coastalmotorboat.org.uk Medusa Trust website (ML 1387) - www.hmsmedusa.org.uk
Portsmouth Hospital Trust hold by-annually public meetings and the latest one will be held on Friday. At it they will discuss developments in the GP community and the concerns that Queen Alexandra Hospital is over stretched. Suzanne Pepper joined Rhaya Barton in the studio to talk more about the issues that will be raised.
Presenter: Dr Paul Schmidt, Consultant Physician in Acute Medicine, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust Managing unscheduled care is high on the agenda of many health systems worldwide due to a focus on reducing hospitalizations, re-admission rates, and costs. Guest speaker Dr Paul Schmidt, explored how simulation is being used to model a new operational strategy for unscheduled care at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, UK. Using real life examples, we described an unscheduled care system in more detail including: - Key challenges for unscheduled care operations - Principles of a rational operational strategy (patient centered services, queues, lean principles etc.) - Key stakeholder considerations (patient flow, bed capacity, staffing etc.) - Modeling approach - Outcomes and Lessons
They went with songs to the battle, they were young. Straight of limb, true of eye, steady and aglow. They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted, They fell with their faces to the foe. They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them. They mingle not with their laughing comrades again; They sit no more at familiar tables of home; They have no lot in our labour of the day-time; They sleep beyond England's foam. Thank you to all those fans who took part in this and that includes many Portsmouth Fans too, who had their own banner, laid their own wreath and once the 2-minute Armistice Day silence was respected by all, were vocal in their support for Blackpoo...
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is an area of HM Naval Base Portsmouth which is open to the public; it contains several historic buildings and ships. It is managed by the National Museum of the Royal Navy as an umbrella organisation representing five charities: the Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust, the National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth, the Mary Rose Trust, the Warrior Preservation Trust Ltd and the HMS Victory Preservation Company. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Ltd was created to promote and manage the tourism element of the Royal Navy Dockyard, with the relevant trusts maintaining and interpreting their own attractions. It also promotes other nearby navy-related tourist attractions. The National Museum of the Royal Navy was first opened in Portsmouth in 1911. The museum is h...
Unite students Portsmouth Margret Rule Halls. I moved to Portsmouth! This is the room I will be living in for the next year, this shows my room and kitchen. I hope you like this vlog and the room tour. Please subscribe and like this video if you want more vlogs!
Portsmouth Scout Leaders spent a windy weekend sailing the Solent. Most had not sailed or even set foot on a tall ship. They felt if they were to recommend a sailing experience to their Scouts then they should experience it for themselves. With the help of The Rona Sailing Trust, the leaders cooked, sailed and slept for two nights aboard the tall ship Merrilyn. Early Saturday morning they set out from the Universal Ship Yard on the River Hamble. Sailing out into the Solent they all learnt how to hoist, lower and reef the sails, steer the ship and practice sea knots, necessary for a competent crew member. They birthed overnight in Yarmouth and the next morning set out in a force 5 to sail back to Hamble. Thanks to the Rona Trust’s afterguard training, of the leaders, it was no bother, a...
All of the candidates for the board of the Portsmouth Supporters Trust explain why they should have your votes.