A sexual safety assessment tool produced by Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CFT) has been heralded by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as an example of best practice.
A member of the Research Team at the Cornwall NHS Foundation Trust has embarked on a hair-raising campaign to raise funds to support the McMillan Cancer Charity by having her head shaved as part of the ‘Brave the Shave’ campaign.
An event to help reduce the number of deaths by suicide in Cornwall is being held this week.
The recently installed security and safety screening device provides a non-intrusive reliable system that can effectively detect lighters, small blades, needles and mobile phones.
A Queen’s Nurse from Cornwall has been given the opportunity of a lifetime; to travel to Australia next month and to learn more about how dementia affects the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) community, and how their best practice can influence care in the southwest.
EpSMon, an app that helps people with epilepsy manage their condition, is one of six projects chosen by the NHS to celebrate digital innovation within healthcare.
A health visitor has recently celebrated 50 years of working in the NHS. Margaret Morgan, who mainly works in the St Ives area of Penwith, began her nursing training at the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy. Margaret Morgan, who mainly works in the St Ives area of Penwith, began her nursing training at the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy.
A singing group for those with dementia will be re-launching on Friday 31 August. ‘Happy Voices’ will be held at Newquay Day Centre (Age UK) every Friday, from 10am to 12pm. The group is a community led project between Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CFT), Age UK and the Newquay Towan Blystra Lions.
A doctor from Cornwall is the first ever person from the UK to receive a prestigious epilepsy award.