With students receiving their A-Level results tomorrow, after an unprecedented four months in their school year, thoughts of a fulfilling career will be uppermost on their minds.
On the eve of the birthday, 4 July, iconic landmarks including the Royal Albert Hall, Blackpool Tower and Wembley Arch will be illuminated in blue as part of tributes to NHS staff.
Hazel Allen, Hepatology consultant nurse and strategic lead for the Dorset Viral Hepatitis Service, is leading an initiative, together with local partners including ‘Hep C U Later’, a project that aims to eliminate Hepatitis C in the community by 2023.
Two midwives from Poole Hospital featured in a choir to celebrate the International Day of the Midwife on 5 May.
The fairies of Furzey Gardens in Minstead near Lyndhurst recently invited children to design three new doors for their garden as part of an online competition and more than 50 youngsters entered.
Firefighters from Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service are playing a key role in relieving pressure on paramedics during the coronavirus outbreak.
Nearly 15,000 student nurses, midwives and medical students are poised to join frontline NHS teams as part of the nationwide coronavirus fightback.
Think Inks, a UK printer consumables recycling organisation, is donating up to £5 to the NHS Charities Together COVID-19 Urgent Appeal for every used ink cartridge they receive for recycling.
NHS England has announced today (3 April) that two new NHS Nightingale hospitals will be built in Bristol and Harrogate.
As people in lockdown came out on to their doorsteps tonight to give applause to frontline workers, more than 70 stars of stage, screen and sports field have joined forces to send a heartfelt thank you to NHS staff working hard in the fight agains coronavirus.