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  • As LGBT+ History Month comes to an end, we are proud to share Jay’s story

    28th February 2024

    Jay Thomas’ journey hasn’t been a straightforward one, but his inspirational strength and determination have led him to make a big impact by empowering others to face their own personal challenges with pride and confidence.

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  • New contact details following change of provider for some community health services

    27th February 2024

    From Friday 1 March, the delivery of three community services in Blackburn with Darwen will transfer from Lancashire and South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust (LSCft) to our colleagues, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust (ELHT).

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  • Message from ICB: Industrial action “still having a huge impact” as local NHS prepares for fresh junior doctors’ strike

    22nd February 2024

    The NHS in Lancashire and South Cumbria is bracing itself for more industrial action, with junior doctors set to strike this weekend.

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  • Shine: Out now!

    19th February 2024

    We are happy to share with you the new edition ‘Shine’, our Trust magazine, which is now available to view.

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  • Lindiwe Fynn wins prestigious award for clinical leadership and combatting racism

    9th February 2024

    We’re really proud of consultant nurse Lindiwe Fynn on being awarded the Silver Nursing Award by Dame Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer for England.

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  • Dame Ruth May hands awards to two LSCft nurses

    7th February 2024

    Two of our senior nurses have been given awards by Chief Nursing Officer for England, Dame Ruth May in an emotional online event.

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  • Denice pursues her dream job as an apprentice Health Care Support Worker

    6th February 2024

    Mother of three Denice is in her 50s, owns her own business and during lockdown had to leave the day to day running of the business to her other sons while she looked after her disabled son. This National Apprentice Week we’re sharing her inspiring story.

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  • Speaking to young people about their mental health

    5th February 2024

    We are offering advice to parents, carers and schools on how to have healthy conversations with children if they suspect they are struggling.

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  • Be inspired by Grace this National Apprentice Week

    5th February 2024

    We’re celebrating National Apprenticeship Week to highlight the importance of alternative opportunities to help people develop into long-term successful careers. They offer people an alternative route into skilled employment and are a great way to earn while gaining valuable work experience.

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  • Upgrade to ‘good’ in CQC rating

    31st January 2024

    Major improvements of our services have been recognised in a Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection report published today (Wednesday 31 January), resulting in an overall ‘good’ rating.

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  • Mental Health Advice to beat ‘January Blues’

    11th January 2024

    We are reminding people that we are here to listen to those struggling after the festive period.

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  • NHS expands mental health support for veterans with more than half saying it’s hard to speak up

    10th January 2024

    The NHS is rolling out an expanded mental health support service for Armed Forces veterans, as a survey found that more than half find it difficult to speak up about mental health issues.

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