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  1. Positive cases of Covid-19 continue upwards with a slight rise in Salford as a further 60 people test positive for the virus today (Thursday 27th), However it is not all bad news as Public Health England (PHE) estimates that 13,200 deaths have now been prevented in people aged 60 years or older in England up to 13 May 2021 (11,200 deaths in individuals aged 80 years and older, 1,700 in individuals aged 70 to 79 and 300 in individuals aged 60 to 69 years). As of today there is just a single patient reported as being on ventilation at Salford Royal Hospital and a further 22 admitted with the virus, additionally there were just 4 admissions between 16/05 and 23/05 and the last recorded death at the hospital was on May 9th. Overall things in Salford are looking fairly positive but it is vitally important to continue to abide by the social distancing rules in order to ensure that remains so. It clearly shows that vaccination is working and we would recommend anyone who is eligible and has not yet had one to come forward as the numbers speak for themselves. Nationally, the Government estimates also indicate that the vaccination programme has prevented around 39,700 hospitalisations in those aged 65 years and over in England (approximately 4,900 admissions in those aged 65 to 74, 15,600 in those aged 75 to 84 and 19,200 in those aged 85 and over). The method for analysing the approximate number of deaths and hospitalisations prevented by the vaccine programme now takes into account the impact of both first and second doses, due to more data being available. However, it does not include the impact of vaccination on transmission, therefore the true impact of the vaccination programme is likely to be even greater. An updated analysis including nearly 3,000 symptomatic cases of B.1.617.2 provides further confidence that 2 doses of either vaccine are highly effective against the variant first identified in India. Dr Jamie Lopez Bernal, Consultant Epidemiologist at PHE, said:
  2. Salford based mental health charity 'Everyday Mental Health Heroes of the NHS' are crowdfunding to support staff at Salford Royal Hospital to create a positive and supportive mental health workplace in order to help save lives being lost to suicide. Front-line Healthcare Workers often suffer from anxiety, depression, burnout, insomnia, stress-related disorders and suicide. In just six years between 2011 and 2017, at least 307 NHS nurses took their own lives. Despite the huge magnitude of mental health problems among the front-line Healthcare Workers, their psychological health is often overlooked. Front-line healthcare workers play a crucial role in providing care to Covid-19 infected patients. Working in such an unprecedented situation, usually beyond their capacities, and with a risk of contracting the infection themselves, poses Healthcare Workers at an even higher risk of mental health problems and suicide in the future. In response START's multi awarding campaign Reach Out; Start to End Suicide and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust will deliver the Everyday Mental Health Heroes on Salford Royals acute care wards. It’ll inspire, educate and empower them to meaningfully connect with people around them, raise awareness, improve attitudes and increase dialogue on suicide, while improving resilience, saving lives and challenge stigma. It is anticipated that Everyday Mental Health Heroes of the NHS will result in: 300 staff members qualifying as Everyday Mental Health Heroes of the NHS Individuals having better awareness of suicide prevention and improved mental health and well-being. Improved capacity of individuals to respond to and engage proactively with individuals in distress. The Everyday Mental Health Heroes will see the implementation of this three stage model: LEARN - Developed by the Zero Suicide Alliance the online program helps participants to play their part in saving lives. The program replaces quiz-based questions with real life stories and scenario videos from a range of ages, ethnicities and suicidal issues. Each clip describes potential warning signs and teaches participants how to feel comfortable when talking with loved ones, friends or colleagues about suicide and mental health. PLEDGE- Participants, after completion of the online training, will sign and make a pledge a giant display of the pledge to commit to reaching out when they are or when they notice others struggling . WEAR- By choosing to wear the yellow Reach Our flag badge, staff are sending a message that "you can talk to me” both to their colleagues and patients. Wearing the flag badge doesn't mean they are expected to have the answers to all issues and concerns, but they are a friendly ear and will know how to signpost to the support available. Crowd Funder Link: Everyday Mental Health Heroes of the NHS
  3. Salford Royal Hospital took its place alongside eight other NHS hospital brain tumour centres today as they became the first to be recognised as Tessa Jowell Centres of Excellence for patient care. The announcement was made at a meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Brain Tumours (APPGBT), for which Brain Tumour Research holds the secretariat. With more than 12,000 people diagnosed every year with a primary brain tumour in the UK, and over 500 new patients seeking treatment at the jointly delivered centre, the award has been introduced to recognise hospitals for their excellence in patient care. Tessa Jowell Centre of Excellence status recognises the delivery of outstanding care and treatment by NHS staff in their efforts to provide above excellent patient care through a difficult time. It is three years since Baroness Tessa Jowell gave her powerful speech in the House of Lords, following her diagnosis with a glioblastoma multiforme, recognising the need to improve brain tumour treatment, care and survival for all patients. Tessa’s daughter Jess Mills, Co-Founder of the Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission, said: Chief Executive of Brain Tumour Research, Sue Farrington Smith MBE, who sits on the Mission’s Steering Group, said: The full list of centres are: University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Lothian, South East Scotland Cancer Network (Edinburgh) Kings & Guy’s and St Thomas Leeds teaching hospitals NHS Trust (Leeds General Infirmary and St James’s Hospital) Salford Royal & The Christie (Manchester) Newcastle-upon Tyne Hospitals Nottingham University Hospitals St George’s University Hospital, Royal Marsden & Royal Surrey and University College Hospital London & the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.
  4. Update: Police have now scaled back the operation and have lifted the cordon after the items have been deemed to be safe. Police are saying that there is no evidence of any explosive material and that the devices were part of what is thought to be a firework. The arrest is unrelated to the incident. An army bomb disposal team is currently attending an ongoing incident focused upon a grey coloured SEAT Leon vehicle which was stopped by police on Park Place in Salford this evening (28th Feb). An area has been cordoned off and there is reportedly a large police presence on the residential street close to Salford Royal Hospital. Officers say that they stopped a vehicle just before 3.40pm in Park Place in Salford and arrested a man. Following a search of the vehicle, two suspicious items were found and a cordon has been put in place as a precaution. A bomb disposal unit is attending the scene to determine of the devices are viable using a remotely controlled robot for safety. An ambulance from NWAS is on standby at the scene should it be needed. Nearby residents in the surrounding homes have been evacuated as a precaution and officers remain at the scene. An 32-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of assault. He remains in custody at this time.
  5. Salford Royal’s ambition to improve care for some of the sickest patients in Greater Manchester took a step closer today (February 22, 2021) with the start of building work at Salford Royal’s new £68million hospital. Northern Care Alliance NHS Group Chief Executive Raj Jain and BAM Construction Manager Rob Bailey were joined by Dr Sheila Tose, Consultant Neuroanaesthetist, on the construction site to formally launch the building programme. The facility, which will be called the James Potter Building, will support Salford Royal – part of the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group - in its role as the major trauma centre for Greater Manchester and the hub site for emergency General Surgery for the North West of Greater Manchester. Salford Royal has appointed BAM to lead the construction of the new hospital – the scheme is also part of the Government’s Health Infrastructure Plan, the biggest hospital building programme in a generation which will deliver 48 hospitals across the country by 2030. The James Potter Building will welcome its first patients in the summer of 2023. The facility is set to receive 90% of all major trauma patients in Greater Manchester, for example, people who have been involved in a serious road traffic accident or life-changing fall. It will also be the hub site for high risk emergency general surgery across Bolton, Salford and Wigan. This means that any high risk patients from these areas who require surgical or non-surgical intervention will be brought to Salford for their care. Raj said: Dr Tose, who is also Clinical Lead for Major Trauma, said Rob Bailey, BAM’s Construction Manager, said: Minister for Health Edward Argar said:
  6. Gareth Cumbo, owner of the, Only Sweets and Treats, retro sweetshop on Eccles Precinct has plans to bring a little sweetness into the lives of nurses at Salford Royal Hospital and Care Homes in the area on Valentine's Day this year. He hopes to repeat his success of last year when he delivered free boxes of sweets to the nurses as a gesture of goodwill for all the hard work that they do. Gareth Said, If you wish to help Gareth you can donate via contacting the Only Sweets and Treats shop on Facebook or by popping in and whilst you there help support a local business and treat yourself to some old time sweets.
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