June the 16th of 2016
MP or SGSU? What matters more to you? Sadiq Khan's successor or Steven Gilbert's?
Most of you will have had so many notifications on facebook, you'll have been seriously considering disabling it for this week... but we, the Media Officer's are embracing the election ferver!
Here you can find the list of wonderful candidates https://www.sgsu.org.uk/elections/candidates/21/
Please make sure to have a read of everybody's manifestos!
If you follow this page and login you will be able to vote https://www.sgsu.org.uk/elections/ now go vote vote vote!!!
Also, everybody head to the SU Bar at 7pm on Friday for the announcement of results! We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible there!
Best of luck to all the candidates!
Election results: Bar
Accommodation at Horton Halls available for students throughout this summer
There are approximately 40 rooms available from the 9th July to the 9thSeptember inclusive at Horton Halls. Should any of you wish to discuss your stay and associated costs during this period, please contact SGUL Commercial Services on 020 8 266 6951 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the minimum stay period is 2 weeks up to a maximum of the full 2 months.
British Society for Haematology
The British Society for Haematology is looking for a student to sit on its Education Committee. This appointment will be for three years. The Committee, formed in 2010, has focused most of its work on undergraduates by running master classes, an essay prize and developing online teaching resources. The posts will involve three meetings a year, held in London, and expenses for attendance will be paid. This candidate should have a minimum of three years remaining as a medical student and be studying in the UK. Please send a brief letter by 30 June 2016 explaining your reasons for applying to Liz@b-s-h.org.uk
NHS Workforce Development: Meeting Health Needs
28th June, Manchester Conference Centre, Manchester
With just three weeks to go places for the NHS Workforce Development places are limited. With the conference examining key topical subjects such as 7 day working, staff wellbeing and the challenges of recruitment and retention the conference will assist both NHS employees and educators developing the future NHS workforce.
The NHS Workforce Development: Meeting Health Needs conference is a timely event to examine how the current workforce is dealing with ever increasing patient demand and how some of the “critical pressures” can be alleviated and individual staff can be supported. The conference agenda will discuss how to develop strategies to overcome some of the challenges such as staff shortages, morale and engagement, recruitment and retention, financial implications, health and wellbeing.
Join us at the NHS Workforce Development: Meeting Health Needs conference where all the current issues and future concerns surrounding workforce development within the NHS will be discussed, dissected and debated.
View the conference webpage here
Sally Cheshire, Chair, Health Education North West
Dr Krishna Kasaraneni , Chair of Education, Training and Workforce Subcommittee (GPC), British Medical Association (BMA)
Sara Gorton, Deputy Head of Health, Unison
Estephanie Dunn, North West Regional Director, Royal College of Nursing
Mike Farrell, Head of Education Transformation at Health Education England
Dr Tim Ballard, Vice Chair External Affairs, Royal College of GPs (RCGP)
Dr Sharon Harrison, National Programme Manager, NHS Integrated Urgent Care Workforce Development Programme, Health Education England
Margaret Lake, Pennaeth Iechyd a Lles Staff/Head of Staff Health and Well-being, Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board
View the programme here
Benefits of Attending:
Hear what are the staffing requirements of the NHS are today and those in the future
Gain insight as to what demands will be made on the workforce to support new models of care and 7 day working
Discover how the health and wellbeing of staff can be enhanced and sickness absenteeism be reduced
Listen to examples of best practice being applied in NHS organisations
With just 3 weeks to go make sure you do not miss out and click here to register
Need to ask a question or reserve a place?
Get involved with our Euro 2016 Football Sweepstake!
Football fever is coming to Europe this summer. To get in the spirit of it all why not hold a sweepstake and give everyone a chance of winning whilst raising money for St George’s Hospital Charity to fund new state-of-the-art equipment for patients.
This is a great way to get everyone engaged in the tournament, as even those with little or interest in football or sport can take part – they could win £15 as a prize!
We’ve got everything you need to get started – simply use our template and ask colleagues and customers for a suggested donation of £2 and then sit back and wait for the winner!
How to play:
Cut out the names of the countries taking part in this year’s Euro 2016. Ask your friends, family or colleagues to pick a country out of a hat and suggest they make a donation of £2.
Keep a record of everyone’s selected teams on our sweepstake poster. Pin it up somewhere where everyone can see!
Wait to see who wins the tournament in the final on 10 July 2016. The person who successfully selected the winning country will win £15 from the pot (or a maximum of one third of the pot if less than £48 has been donated). Then donate the remaining money collected to St Georges Hospital Charity.
100% of any funds you donate from your sweepstake will be allocated to our ‘New Kit Appeal’ to fund life-saving new pieces of equipment for the hospital to directly benefit patients on a daily basis. Read more about the ‘New Kit Appeal’ here
To get started:
Print off your sweepstake toolkit or email Giving@StGeorges.nhs.uk if you’d like us to post you printed copies
Email us to let us know you’re taking part – or if you have any questions
How to pay in your money
It's easy to pay your money at the end of the tournament.
Send a cheque made payable to ‘St George’s Hospital Charity’ to: St George’s Hospital Charity, Fundraising Office, Blackshaw Road, London, SW17 0QT
Click here to pay in your fundraising online
Pop into the fundraising office at St Georges to pay in the cash
Through the money you raise the Charity is able to fund projects which touch the lives of thousands of people each year. Thank you!
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Newsletter Produced by SGSU Media Officers and Webmasters 2016