Celebrating 26 Centuries of Service
A staggering total of 2,639 years – that’s the achievement of our latest group of long-serving members of staff. Paying tribute to the 200 staff members, Chief Medical Officer Dr George Findlay said: “What amazing staying power. It’s an incredible amount of time and energy they’ve put in and, on behalf of the whole Trust, I’d like to say ‘thank you’ to all of them. All our staff are an integral part of the huge improvements that we've made.” The group includes medical, nursin
Hikers’ Society Takes First Step
Innovation Project Manager Hamden Huggett has launched a new BSUH Hikers’ Society to encourage colleagues to swap going down the pub for going up the downs. The first walk on Sunday 27 January, 7.8 miles from Steyning to Devil’s Dyke, was a great success. Hamden – his full name is Hamden-John the reverse, he says, of Oliver Cromwell’s cousin John Hamden – believes hiking is a great way to see people away from work and build friendships and networks. “It’s great fun,” he says
Why Try Dry January?
Losing weight, skin looking better, waking up fresher, feeling less tired during the day and saving money - what’s not to like? But how to achieve it? All the above are the immediate effects of cutting back on alcohol. The list of long-term benefits is even longer including improving your mood and sleeping better, as well as preventing alcohol-related heart and immune problems. It’s Dry January, Alcohol Concern’s annual campaign, and it’s a good time to think about our alcoho