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Speak Out Safely Campaign
NHS Norwich Clinical Commissioning Group and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital have jointly signed up to the Nursing Time’s Speak Out Safely campaign.
Click on the logo for details.
Local charity to raise awareness of testicular cancer to shoppers
Local charity Its On The Ball and specialist nurses for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) will be at intu Chapelfield on Saturday 15th March to raise awareness of testicular cancer.
Volunteer Recruitment at Cromer Hospital
Cromer Hospital is looking to recruit more volunteers to join its dedicated team supporting patients and staff.
Hospital bosses celebrate young talent
During National Apprenticeship Week, Executive Directors at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH) are meeting apprentices to highlight how they make a difference for patients across the hospital.
Sixties Dance - The Strollers Social Event
Annual charity dance held at the Queen's Hall in Watton on Saturday 15th March, which will raised funds Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal this year.
WOMEN'S HEALTH STUDY DAY Postgraduate
A study day for GPs, Primary Care Practitioners, Hopsital Medical and Nursing Staff and Allied Health Professionals
Self Confidence & Assertiveness Training Postgraduate
Half day self confidence and assertiveness training workshop.
Time Management and Personal Organisation Postgraduate
Half day workshop