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Psychiatrist’s travel transforms the mental health of children in Nepal

Whilst some people see travel as a means of escape, Dr David Sims, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist for Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust sees it as an opportunity to help others and heal wounds. Working on child and adolescent mental health training projects in Nepal and meeting people overseas has long been a passion […]

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Care Trust receives certificate of excellence for sustainability reporting

Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust has been recognised for excellent sustainability reporting by NHS Improvement, the Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) and the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA). The Care Trust received a certificate of excellence following an assessment of its annual report. High quality reporting on sustainability is recognised as a fundamental way in […]

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Care Trust to share insight into Shadow Board

Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust is planning to share an update on its ‘Shadow Board’ and how it supports leadership development at the organisation. At its upcoming Board meeting on Thursday 28 February, leaders at the Trust will discuss recent learnings from its ‘Shadow Board’ scheme. This is a staff leadership development scheme which […]

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Care Trust eating disorder service launches during Eating Disorder Awareness Week

A new children and young people’s community eating disorders service, Freedom Team, is set to launch during national Eating Disorder Awareness Week, 25 February – 3 March 2019. Twenty-two-year-old Hazel welcomed the launch of the new service run by Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust; she knows what it’s like to struggle with an eating […]

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Care Trust and communities develop long term plan

Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust is today (11 February) launching its five-year plan that has been developed with the help of local communities, that sets out its approach for delivering services to 2023. The long-term plan follows the biggest community-wide conversation that the Trust has ever done, with almost 7,000 comments and ideas from […]

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