October Week 2
Saturday 10th October
Missed diagnosis 'probaby' caused death of Sam, 25 (Citizen) p7
News item following a two day inquest at the Gloucestershire Coroner's court. With a short comment from Gloucestershire Hospitals.
Parent's joy as their babies make an entrance (Citizen) p35
Half page picture led article regarding new births at GRH as organised by the Communications Team.
7 Day working (Times)
Our hospitals have been raised as a positive example
Sunday 11th October
Cathedral Service (BBC Radio Gloucestershire)
Positive interview with Rev Mark Reid regarding the service of Thanks
Monday 12th October
We're walking 10km to lend support to hospital wards (Echo) p22
Full page photo article of the Walk for Wards event for our charity in Cirencester Park.
Tuesday 13th October
Combat Norovirus and Flu fighter campaign (Citizen) p25
Short news item highlighting our work to tackle Norovirus and Flu and to prepare for winter. Odd news item lifted directly from our tsaff news letter Outline.
Nurse Vanessa would love to Bake Off, given the time (Citizen) p5
A staff member talks about her passion for baking
Wednesday 14th October
Hospital's care was unbeatable (Citizen) p10
Positive readers letter thanking staff at GRH - reader describes the team as a 'redit to modern Britain and the NHS'.
Tweets of the week
A huge thank you to everyone who cared for me and my husband over the last few days. Your compassion and care has been wonderful.
Again, fabulous help for my son who has just been discharged following pneumonia and previous asthma issues. Your childrens ward is something you should be proud of. HOWEVER YOUR £10.00 PER DAY PARKING CHARGE IS DISGUSTING. WE HAVE SPENT OVER £100 THIS WEEK. I invite your justifications..........
Fifty portraits of women who have had breast cancer surgery and reconstruction will be exhibited at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital during Breast Cancer Awareness Month this month.
The Keeping Abreast Portrait Exhibition, Femininity Comes From Within, will be held in the Fosters Gallery Room from Tuesday 27th to Thursday 29th October 2015, as part of a national tour funded by The National Lottery.
Everyone is welcome and it's a brilliant and inspiring exhibition, so please come along. Please share!
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