The RNOH will remain the UK’s leading specialist orthopaedic hospital, further enhancing its international profile for outstanding patient care, research and education

Health care professionals with seen and unseen impairments

Lynsey McLean

Lynsey McClean, Occupational Therapist from the Oncology Orthopaedic Team (pictured), is looking to raise awareness of the benefits - and dispel the myths - around employing health care professionals with seen and unseen impairments:

"As part of my MSc in Occupational Therapy, I conducted my own research entitled ‘Occupational Therapy practitioners’ views and perspectives of occupational therapy employees with seen and unseen disabilities'.

RNOH Quality Priorities - we want your thoughts

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Each year, we publish our Quality Account. This is a report about the quality of services we provide to our patients. The reports are published annually by every healthcare provider - including the independent sector - and are available to the public.

Quality Accounts are an important way for local NHS services to report on quality and show improvements in the services they deliver to local communities and stakeholders.

Learning at Work Day

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The RNOH celebrated Learning at Work Day. The event was well attended with the Safeguarding Adults, Infection Control, the Orthopaedic Library, Leadership Development, Equality and Diversity teams, amongst others, having stalls full of information and goodies for candidates.

A fun and informative presentation from Allan Seraj of the Nurse Education team; Lucy Quinn gave a talk on Learning from Incidents; Michelle Hodgkinson on Innovation & Creativity and Nasser Ismail prepped the team in Interview Skills. A great recipe for a successful day!

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