"Investing in staffing is key factor in producing quality of care for our Service Users"
I have worked for the Trust for about 15 years as Mental Health Nurse. I progressed to different positions working in various services, and I currently hold post of Out of Hours Clinical Nurse Lead in West SBU. I am very passionate about working for HPFT; being part of an organisation that thrives to optimise the recovery of those receiving treatments under our care; I am a strong proponent for equality and diversity in HPFT business.
Investing in staffing is key factor in producing quality of care for our Service Users, and better patients’ outcomes are achieved by empowering staff to deliver safe practice. I currently lead the Trust BME staff Network, I am part of the Coaching Network, and I play pivotal roles in identifying talents in people, and helping the Trust deal with issues that relate to harassment and bullying. I am a role model and a champion for organisational success moving from “good to great”. I have the ability to inform the organisation about the issues that matter to HPFT staff, and my strengths include networking within HPFT and regional institutions.