Mersey Care NHS FT @Mersey_Care has developed a programme from which other Trusts can benefit - its Restorative Just Culture approach to managing employee relations replaces a culture of fear and blame with one of trust, learning and accountability https://t.co/A74g9kheK1 pic.twitter.com/k55BZzdr1h— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) October 30, 2020
Nutrition and Hydration Week 2020
|Date||16th Mar 2020|
|End Date||22nd Mar 2020|
The annual week to throw the spotlight on the importance of good hydration and good nutrition is in its ninth year. Themes of the day are: Monday – Breakfasts • Tuesday – Suppers • Wednesday – Afternoon Tea with the Global Afternoon Tea Party • Thursday – Hydration • Friday – Fruit or Fish • Saturday – Smoothies • Sunday – Sundaes. The week is a celebration and an opportunity to raise awareness and all healthcare establishments are invited to take part by organising their own events and sharing their activities across social media.
On Wednesday, March 18 Nutrition and Hydration Week will also be supporting colleagues from the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) for Swallow Awareness Day.
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To improve compliance with hospital food standards and Government Buying Standards across hospitals, including retail operations, the Hospital Food Review recommends extending the scope of CQC inspections #NHSFoodReview2020 https://t.co/jaQe7oadH4 pic.twitter.com/di9liq1Ttr— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) October 29, 2020
Hospital Food Review published #NHSFoodReview2020 - sets out a clear direction of travel for hospital catering to provide the best care and support for patients - 'food is medicine' - and the health and wellbeing of staff https://t.co/DI9so77BCr pic.twitter.com/aaUh0MpHLj— HEFMA (@HEFMAUK) October 26, 2020