The 28 Day Survey is a new campaign to start conversations around women’s health issues – starting with the question, “what makes a happy period?”
Following suggestions at the Hull Health and Wellbeing Board that up to 3000 (or possibly more) women in Hull will struggle to afford sanitary products, NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Hull City Council have agreed to research the issue locally and launch The 28 Day Survey.
Acclaimed musician Carl Barât – who rocked Hull Ice Arena last September with The Libertines – is returning to the city next week as part of Back To Ours festival.
Hull UK City of Culture 2017 has announced that Carl Barât will be playing North Point Shopping Centre in Bransholme next Saturday (16 February), hot on the heels of Reverend and The Makers the night before.
Residents in Hull are being given the chance to have their say on plans to improve access to GP services. These proposals would make more appointments available outside of normal GP practice opening hours.
NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is to use funding from NHS England to offer additional appointments in the evenings and over weekends. If these plans go ahead the extra provision would be available from 2019.
NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group’s Chief Finance Officer, Emma Sayner, has been shortlisted for 2017 Finance Director of the Year by the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) – the professional body for the healthcare finance profession
HFMA’s annual awards programme recognises the work of finance teams and individuals from across the UK. The awards cover the fundamental aspects of the finance team role – production of the accounts, costing, training, development and innovation, and recognise the importance of engaging clinicians in financial management.
A Mercury Prize-winning singer-songwriter, award-winning hip-hop theatre, and a feast of beastly films, as well as a secret gig, complete Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s Back To Ours line-up.
Badly Drawn Boy, Skin and Picture House join Black Grape, Bedtime Stories, Once Upon a Pillow Fight and Drip during the autumn half term holidays for the family festival which takes world class arts and culture to people’s doorsteps across the city. Plus, a critically acclaimed character will be making a special guest appearance at the William Gemmell Social Club.
NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is one of only 21 CCGs in the country to be rated as an ‘outstanding’ for leadership and financial performance under NHS England’s annual assessment scores published.
The ‘outstanding’ overall rating relates to performance in 2016-17, and is recognition of the CCG’s dedication to improving health care for the people of Hull despite a challenging year.
Music and sculpture will take the stage at NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) Annual General Meeting.
The CCG is delighted to invite people in Hull to join them in a celebration of a year in healthcare. The event marks the CCG’s fourth year in local healthcare and will take place at the Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street in Hull on Wednesday 28 June.
TASL is pleased to announce that it is the city’s new provider of non-emergency medical transport service for patients registered with a Hull GP. TASL will provide a fully patient-centred service with a focus on safety, timeliness, comfort and wellbeing.
TASL has been actively working with NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to ensure a seamless transfer of services with journeys from 1 April already transferred into TASL’s booking systems.