Support our staff in #OurHealthHeroes campaign

9 Feb 2016 Emily Cope

Skills for Health and the National Skills Academy for Health have started an online campaign to raise awareness of the support workforce to say ‘thank you’ to our unsung healthcare heroes…and we’re joining in!

Did you know that 40% of the 2.1 million people who work in the UK health sector are support workers?

At Bristol Community Health, we are pleased to support this campaign so we can let our staff know how much we appreciate the hard work they do.

For this campaign, members of our staff team took part in sharing their story of what it is like to be a healthcare hero. You can see what they said in the photos below.

Michelle and Karen Facebook New

 

 

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How can you support the campaign?

  1. Sign up to the Skills for Health thunderclap to pledge your support via Twitter and Facebook.  You can pledge your support here: http://bit.ly/ourhealthheroes
  1. View the #OurHealthHeroes video! Like, Share, and Comment! Let’s make as many people as possible understand just how important the UKs healthcare support workforce is.
  1. Help Skills for Health promote this worthwhile cause via your social media channels – sharing our posts (@BrisComHealth), Skills for Health posts (@skillsforhealth), adding comments and pledging your social support using #OurHealthHeroes throughout the month of February.
  1. Access information about this campaign including; blogs, news stories, pictures, research papers, statistics, infographics, training and much, much more here: skillsforhealth.org.uk/ourhealthheroes

Are you a patient that wants to say thank you?

If you have any stories about any of #OurHealthHeroes from Bristol Community Health, let us know by emailing comms@briscomhealth.nhs.uk.

Our staff would love to hear them – let’s make their day!

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