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Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Provide healthcare to people living in Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside and Glossop and Trafford
Provide healthcare to people living in Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside and Glossop and Trafford

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Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2017
will be aware that I am leaving Pennine Care in the New Year. I have been
overwhelmed by the amount of people wishing me good luck and saying they are
pleased for me. I have also heard the odd rumour or question as to whether my
departure has anything...

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Have your say on our strategy and plans
It’s safe to say that this year has been one of the most challenging yet, both for staff working tirelessly on the frontline and from a strategic point of view. We are continually required to keep delivering safe, effective care, whilst at the same time red...

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Our direction of travel - What does the future look like?
Everyone in Pennine Care will be aware we have our CQC
inspection approaching. I have decided not to do a blog on the actual inspection as there
has been a lot of communication and engagement on this. What I would say is
that overall the process so far has ...

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The value of coaching
I first discovered coaching in 2005, in my former role as Pennine Care's Director of Operations. I had heard of coaching but never
experienced it. I immediately saw the value in coaching and wished I had found
it earlier in my career.  Such was my interest,...

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Time for actions to speak louder than words
I was briefly interviewed today by @ BrekkyAliButts for BBC Radio Manchester’s breakfast
show. I answered questions on the report ‘The Mental Health Five Year Forward
View’ and the current state of mental health in England and specifically
Greater Mancheste...

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Time to grasp the nettle
recently attended a retirement lunch for one of our mental health Clinical
Directors and naturally we talked about the challenges ahead at a time where we
have the Devolution Manchester
Strategic Plan ,
a GM mental health strategy and a national mental he...

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Recap of 2015 and thoughts for the New Year
As 2015 draws to a close, I thought it would be a good opportunity for some reflection over the last year and a look ahead to what’s to come in 2016. Nationally, 2015 brought some major developments for the NHS, with NHS England starting to implement change...

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Progress, opportunities and challenges ahead
We recently held the Trust's Annual General Meeting and Principles of Care
Awards.  It was great to see more than 200 people there, staff in the main
but Governors, members, commissioners and supporters too.  The
AGM is an opportunity to look back at the pr...

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Being a great place to work in challenging times
A few weeks ago the Health Service Journal and Nursing Times unveiled their list of the Best Places to Work in Healthcare – and I’m proud to say that Pennine Care made the list.   The list is hailed as a celebration of NHS organisations that have worked har...

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