Archive: October, 2021

Patient and carer group highlights importance of World Stroke Day

Posted on 10/27/21 by AireAdmin

World Stroke Day is held on 29 October each year. This year’s campaign focuses on saving precious time, referring to the need to act FAST in the aftermath of a stroke, as well as how that action can improve the quality of life for stroke survivors. Stroke is the largest cause of disability in the […]

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Invitation to hospital’s annual meeting

Posted on 10/25/21 by AireAdmin

Airedale NHS Foundation Trust is inviting people to attend its Annual Members’ Meeting and Annual General Meeting on Thursday 11 November, 1.30pm to 3.15pm. The meeting will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams Live, and anyone can register. It’s an opportunity to meet the Board and Council of Governors, hear about the Trust’s work over […]

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Cancer Patient Panel Members Shortlisted For National Volunteering Award – You Can Help!

Posted on 10/07/21 by AireAdmin

Members of the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Cancer Alliance community/patient panel have been recognised for their contribution to volunteering in the healthcare sector, and for improving care and cancer services across the area – and your vote can make a difference! The Cancer Alliance, partners at Healthwatch Wakefield (which hosts the panel on behalf of […]

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Airedale Hospital therapist is new activity champion for Yorkshire

Posted on 10/05/21 by AireAdmin

Angela Penny, a Speech & Language Therapist working at Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, has taken on an extra role as a Physical Activity Clinical Champion for Yorkshire & the Humber – to help get people in our region moving. It follows the launch of the Better Health campaign by Public Health England (PHE) to encourage […]

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Freedom To Speak Up Month – a message from our Chair, Andrew Gold

Posted on 10/05/21 by AireAdmin

It’s so important that everyone in the Trust feels able to speak up about what they feel about any work related matter.

Similarly it’s essential to hear and respect the views of colleagues, especially those that may differ.

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