We continue to maintain visiting restrictions (one person, once for one hour each day) via slots pre-agreed with the ward, full details can be found on our visitor page.
Patients and Visitors
By choosing to wear this badge, you are sending a message that “you can talk to me” about issues of gender and sexuality. You aren’t expected to solve all issues and concerns but you are a friendly ear and will know how to direct those you speak with to support available.
By completing this form I pledge that:
Join colleagues and take to social media to tell the world why you are supporting the NHS rainbow badge initiative, using the hashtags #RainbowUHP and #1bigteam
You can download a copy of the Rainbow Pledge Placard [pdf] 200KB to print off and display for a selfie.
Here are some examples:
Proud to be part of a workplace that values the experiences of everyone and promotes equality, will wear the #RainbowUHP badge with pride to remind my patients they can talk to me if they need to! #1bigteam @GivingVoiceUK @AnnJamesNHS pic.twitter.com/aAkY66yqwn— Lucy Smith (@lucybr_slt) September 19, 2019