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CCG Celebrates nurses for International Nurses Day 2020

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On Tuesday 12 May 2020 we celebrated our NHS nurses for International Nurses Day 2020.

Across the CCG's social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn), we appreciated and said thank you to nurses across the Vale of York both on the front line caring for patients, and those working to support nursing across our wider health system.

Here are a few of our brilliant CCG nurses ????❤️​​​​​

Michelle Carrington ? Michelle is our Executive Director of Quality and Nursing and manages a team dedicated to patient safety & experience, supporting care homes, nursing projects & training, safeguarding and research development.
Paula Middlebrook ? Paula is our Deputy Executive Nurse and helps manage the team as well as leading our staff engagement group which is continuing virtually. Paula is currently supporting care homes in protecting their residents and staff.
Sarah F ? Sarah is our Head of Quality Improvement & Research and is heavily involved in supporting the Covid-19 response across the Vale of York. Sarah has a great relationship with Care stakeholders and leads the Partners in Care forum
Helen Degnan  Helen is a Project Nurse and delivered training in care homes across the vale of York which reduced pressure ulcers by 70%. This was shortlisted for a Nursing Times award. Her next project is helping to reduce falls, however she is currently working at the Covid-19 swabbing site.
Kay Ford ? Kay Ford is a Project Nurse and her work includes a project to identify early signs of deterioration in care homes and reduce avoidable hospital admissions. She’s also worked at the Covid-19 swabbing site and supports care homes with training.
Clive Nicholson

? Clive is our senior nurse for quality improvement and supports care home and domicillary care whilst currently supporting the response to Covid-19.

Christine ? Christine is the CCG’s Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Adults and is working locally, regionally and nationally on all things related to Safeguarding Adults and Covid-19. This includes working closely with health partners across North Yorkshire

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