Author Archives: Fraer Stevenson

EEAST staff – have your say!

Deloitte is the company commissioned to undertake a governance review of EEAST by NHSI. All EEAST staff have been emailed a link to the survey (which you can also add free text to). It’s only open though for a short period … Continue reading

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#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek If you need support get in touch, @TASCharity can offer confidential counselling pic.twitter.com/FaK44WOWWJ — TASCharity (@TASCharity) May 14, 2018

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MIND offers free training for Ambulance staff

MIND Bluelight is offering free courses to Ambulance staff in resilience. Resilience is the capacity to adapt in the face of challenging circumstances, such as being socially isolated or dealing with stressful workplace conditions, whilst maintaining a stable mental wellbeing. … Continue reading

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Rota Changes

The Trust has today released information about planned changes they intend to make to all frontline rotas. UNISON has been asking for a range of information about the modeling work ORH has carried out, to enable us to represent you … Continue reading

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UNISON pay update

Please follow this link for details of the proposed pay deal – which includes a pay calculator so you can work out what this means for you.   Members will be asked to vote on whether to accept the deal and … Continue reading

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UNISON releases hard hitting campaign film over working conditions of frontline Ambulance staff in EEAS

‘You keep going because you care about your community and your patients, but who cares about us?’ Paramedic, East of England Ambulance Service. UNISON surveyed over 900 frontline staff from the East of England Ambulance Service (EEAS). The survey highlighted … Continue reading

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CQC visits EEAST

The Trust has issued advice to management, letting them know the CQC will be visiting next week for no-notice inspections. The CQC is the regulator of the Trust, so you can make a difference by letting them know your experiences.

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