Trust Talk celebrates the hard work of CPFT staff

The latest issue of Trust Talk, the Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) magazine for staff, members and the public, has been published to celebrate the great work that’s happening across the Trust.

Speeding up recovery by looking after patients in their own homes, staying well this winter and award winning staff are just some of the stories covered. It also includes several patient stories and why our staff chose Cumbria as a place to work. 

Kath Hughes, Head of Communications at CPFT, said:

“With so many changes going on across the NHS, Trust Talk celebrates all the good stuff that’s happening.

“This edition includes advice on staying well this winter and we’ve teamed up with Age UK West Cumbria to promote their new project to tackle loneliness over the winter months – a particular challenge in rural areas like Cumbria.”

Printed copies of this issue look a little different to usual. Although those reading on screen won’t notice the change, copies have only been printed in black and white.

Claire Molloy, Chief Executive at CPFT, said:

“We’re doing everything we can to become more efficient as the financial pressures on the NHS continue to rise. We’re starting a war on waste and as part of this we’ll be encouraging staff to turn off their colour printers and print in black, which is exactly what we’ve done.”

The latest issue of Trust Talk is available online and will be displayed within CPFT services across the county.

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Notes to editor

Trust Talk November 2016