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Senior midwife recognised in The Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to maternity and healthcare education

A Bradford health worker, praised for services to maternity and healthcare education during the Covid-19 pandemic, has been recognised in The Queen's Birthday Honours...

First nurse at Airedale to qualify as a professional nurse advocate

Mothy Aravind Thaliyadath has qualified as Airedale’s first professional nurse advocate. Kerala-born Nurse, Ms Thaliyadath, from Steeton was presented with her certificate and badge on...

NHS unpaid workers recognised for contribution ahead of Volunteers Week

Unpaid workers at Bradford District Care NHS Trust are being recognised ahead of Volunteers Week. The week happens every year to recognise the outstanding contribution...

NHS Inequalities chief meets medics helping Bradford’s rough sleepers and vulnerable pregnant women

A GP who is leading the NHS' mission to reduce inequality in healthcare has praised Bradford's services for homeless residents and vulnerable women. Dr Bola...

New Kirklees partnership appoints senior committee roles

A new Kirklees healthcare partnership has appointed senior members to its committee. The West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board (ICB) is a new statutory organisation that...

Accomplished nurse speaks on career from one of few South Asian nurses to Deputy Associate Director of Nursing at Bradford Teaching Hospitals

Rukeya Miah from Keighley is the Deputy Associate Director of Nursing, senior midwife, and professional midwifery advocate, currently working as the Vaccine Equalities Lead...

Bradford hospitals to give out Ramadan packs to staff

The NHS Trust in Bradford is to give out 'Fast packs' to Muslim colleagues during Ramadan. Bradford Teaching Hospitals is putting together 'Fast packs' for...

Eligible people invited for second ‘spring’ booster by NHS Bradford

The NHS in Bradford district and Craven is starting to offer spring booster vaccines this week as the Covid-19 vaccination programme moves to the...

NHS in Kirklees urges people not to ignore potential cancer symptoms

The NHS in Kirklees is reminding people not to put off contacting their GP if they’re experiencing potential signs of cancer. New survey data reveals...

Urgent action is needed to solve problems of ethnic inequality in the NHS according to a damning report.

A damning report commissioned by the NHS Race and Health Observatory has cited radical action is needed urgently to tackle “overwhelming” minority ethnic health...

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