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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/
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...
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
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.
We take a brief look at the recent history of Portsmouth FC, and how, though a string of bad ownership, the club went from FA Cup winners in 2008, to League Two in 2013. -- ► Subscribe for a variety of content! - http://bit.ly/UMAXITSubscribe ► Follow uMAXit on the socials! - Twitter: https://twitter.com/uMAXitFootball - Facebook: http://facebook.com/umaxitfootball ► Want to win £2000 FOR FREE with our Premier League Predictor game? - Website: http://umaxit.com ► This was Written and Produced by Joe Devine! - Twitter: http://twitter.com/JM_Devine -- ► Music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Advent_Chamber_Orchestra/Selections_from_the_December_2006_Concert/Advent_Chamber_Orchestra_-_11_-_Mozart_-_Laudate_Dominum ► Sources: https://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2009/oct/17/port...
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!
Fans inspired new Portsmouth owner New Portsmouth owner Michael Eisner explains why his group have taken over the League One club and what drew them to the team.New Portsmouth owner Michael Eisner explains why his group have taken over the League One club and what drew them to the team.
2015 marks Portsmouth Guildhall's 125th birthday, and to celebrate the Portsmouth Cultural Trust has announced a £15mil programme dubbed "Guildhall Renaissance" that will see the building refurbished over the course of 10 years. WHY? Because the building has been at the heart of Portsmouth's cultural and civic life for over a century, and the Portsmouth Cultural Trust would like to see it continue serving its purpose for another 125 years! It is YOUR Guildhall. Find out about our great arts and cultural events, education and participation programmes, free exhibitions and festivals, as well as our business offers - including conferencing and room hire, on www.portsmouthguildhall.org.uk. With HUGE thanks to the Portsmouth Music Hub, John FC Portsmouth Westwood, Bournemouth Symphony O...
Portsmouth Guildhall is a 2,500 capacity entertainment, arts and conference venue managed by the Portsmouth Cultural Trust, registered charity nr. 1153358. Thank you to Paul at Bitesize Video for putting this together for us. http://www.bitesizevideo.co.uk/ For more info please visit www.portsmouthguildhall.org.uk, or download our full What's On brochure here: https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/26742187/whats-on-portsmouth-guildhall-2014