College students learn to Restart a Heart
Monday 16 October is national Restart a Heart Day and young people across the country will be learning how to perform life-saving CPR. Clinical trainers from local health and care provider City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCPCIC) will be at Wyke College in Hull all day to train over 500 students to restart a heart.
End of Life conference shines spotlight on equality
Organisers of a conference being held on Friday 6 October are hoping to ‘shine a spotlight on equality at end of life’. Funded by a Macmillan Cancer Support grant, the conference aims to look at how everyone can have the same access to care and treatment at the end of their lives.
African Stories wanted from healthcare workers
Africans Stories in Hull and East Yorkshire is a thought-provoking community project of a little known aspect of British social history. It examines the presence and contribution of people of African descent from 1750 to 2007 in this region.
Marie is now making a difference in her new role
Say hello to Marie Walker, the Principal Podiatrist Diabetes/ AHP Lead Profession and acting Hull Podiatry Team Lead at CHCP in Hull. Since making the change to CHCP, Marie has particularly noticed CHCP’s drive to constantly and primarily improve service delivery; we spoke to Marie about this and her experiences of working with us.\r\n
Hear how Mel made a change in her career
Mel Haynes, an Occupational Therapist came to work at City Health Care Partnership (CHCP) in August 2017. Working in the Community Rehab Team in Hull with patients who have physical and neurological conditions.
New GP Online Consultation launched in Hull and East Yorkshire
A new online service could revolutionise the way patients across Hull and East Riding get medical advice from their GP.
Community Link service - supporting local needs
A new service to help support local people with their health and wellbeing needs has been launched in the East Riding. The Community Link service, run by East Riding Voluntary Action Service (ERVAS), helps people access the right services at the right time.
Sunshine House is Investor in Children
The local community children’s nursing team, including Sunshine House, a service for children and young people with long term or life limiting conditions, has achieved the Investing in Children Membership Award, which recognises and celebrates examples of imaginative practice with children and young people.
Cuppa and Cupcake
As part of Carers Week, the Carers' Information Support Service is offering people the chance to drop in for a cupcake and a cuppa - and a chat about support for carers.\r\n\r\nIf you look after a loved one, we can tell you about the people and organisations who are there to help you, to give you information and to give you a break, if you need it.