Pledges at Northern Devon Healthcare Trust

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Friday 10 February saw our Project Engagement Lead, Tommy Whitelaw visit Northern Devon Healthcare Trust to speak to Trainee Nursing Associates, Senior Nurses, Trainee Assistant Practitioners, Healthcare Assistants, Apprentices, Staff Nurses, Doctors and Clinical Tutors from across the Trust.

Special thanks to Carly Huish ,Project Lead for the Trainee Nurse Associates, Shaun Kershaw Course Tutor and Andrea Bell Assistant Director of Nursing Northern Devon Healthcare for inviting Tommy.

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Tommy says…

“The day was truly inspiring getting to meet everyone along with a tour of the wards to meet the dedicated staff working hard to make a difference for people”

Take a look at the short film of the North Devon pledge tree launch

Thank you all for the great kindness, shown on the day and wonderful pledge below.

Team DCV

I pledge to listen, care, support and make feel safe and help.

Lisa Snell

TAP NDHT

 

I pledge to be kind every day to call people, patients by name and ask them who and what matter to them.

Julia F

Clinical Trust. NDHT

 

I pledge to ask people what is important to them and to find out about their story to enable them to feel they can make it through an after day after that.

Kerry

Apprentice healthcare assistant

 

I pledge to ensure I am there for each individual and provide them with support and make a difference

Katie Maddox

Apprentice healthcare assistant

 

I pledge to take the time to learn some ones’ story and integrate it into the care I give them. Also, to give care as much as I can for as long as I can.

Paula

Apprentice healthcare assistant

 

I pledge to always hold your hand, continue to listen, see, hear, give time and resume

Tracey Chilingworth

Trainee assistant apprentice

 

I pledge to do my best to make every patient day that best day that will be.

Bayleigh

HCA

 

I pledge to support my patients more in her journey and story. Take time to ask and listen to what others say, treat everyone with kindness and think about the language I use.

Donna Knight

Int. Divisional nurse

 

I pledge to listen to the small thing that matter

Demy Jackman

HCA NDDH

 

I pledge to make people smile each day simple but effective “a smile a day keeps the fears away”

Hazel thornton

Staff nurse

 

I pledge to see how I can make a difference to the patients and carers, no matter how big or small

Sarah Paterson

Staff nurse

 

I pledge to take time to ask patients about their stories.

Sophie Evangelista.

Apprentice healthcare assistant.

 

I pledge to listen to everyone story and care for each person as if they were my mum.

Katie

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to try and put a smile on as many people faces as possible

Emily R

HCA Apprentice.

 

I pledge to see the person not just a patient.

 

I pledge to listen to my patient and their families also I pledge to do my very best to care from people that need help and support.

Michelle

Trainee Nursing Associate

 

I pledge to listen, take time and hold the hand of my patients, radiate my inner beauty for sharing love, kindness and compassion.

Martha

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to listen to the patients and meeting their needs.

Joanna

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to think of patients by their names, stories first and before their illness

Leanne Richards

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to be the carer that patients can feel, they can rely on and I will always be there for whatever

 

I pledge to take the time to listen, to ask what matters and do what matters to the person and carers living with dementia

Dawn McMullan

Healthcare assistant.

 

I pledge to continue to respect people I care for and work with, make more time to understand their story.

 

I pledge to continue to respect and care for my patients and their relatives’ carers as individuals and to always be as kind as I can possible be.

Sarah

Trainee Assistant practitioner

 

I pledge to make time to talk, ask question and listen. No matters what time constraints surround my role. I want to make a difference to someone’s live

Kirsty Spry

Trainee nursing associate.

 

I pledge to stop and listen, just get it done, no matter what.

Helen McKenzie

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to always take the time to get to know my patients, also their families’ or carers’, to do my upmost to listen and care in the best possible way I can

Charlene Robert

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to always give extra time and compassion to dementia patients.

Emma G

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to have more time to listen to lives of patients, their past, relationship, worries and stories.

Sue A.

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to get to know the patient I am caring for, ask their story and educate others to ask who and what matters to the patients. To carry on holding my patients hand when they are scared and alone

Natalie Thomas

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to appreciate each patients’ story and to embrace this into their life as a patient and to encourage others to also do this.

Katie Hopkins.

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to continue to listen to my patients and enjoy their stories with them anytime.

Anne Brice

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to encourage and uphold carers and patients dealing with dementia.

Naomi T,

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to continue to ask patients about their relationships and continue to demonstrate kindness and understanding.

Harriet Clarke

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to know some ones’ story and to remind them that their story is important whatever they are.

Nicola Smith.

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to continue to try to make any one suffering with dementia to feel safe, to hold their hand when they are scared and try to make a positive difference to their day, and to smile any family member a hug, it is always needed

Lauren P

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to try and find out their interests and values to enable my patients and their families feel safe and secure in my care

Stacey Mccabe

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to take time to sit and to talk to my patients and learn about who they are, where they come from

Katie Jenkins.

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to listen to every patient and make a difference to their day.

Clare Downing

Ophthalmic clinical nurse specialist

 

I pledge to always treat people who I would want my family to be treated, to see the person behind the disease, to show kindness compassion, respect and dignity and to also treat family of those patients in the same manner.

Nikky Durham

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to listen more, try to spend more time with people

Tracy Hancuch

 

I pledge to be kind to everyone I meet

Charlotte

Divisional nurse

 

I pledge to be an advocate and a voice to those who do not can do it for themselves to my beautiful grandma and my patients, I will hold your hands when you are scared.

A Alsaffar

Doctor

 

I pledge to make sure I get to know and understand the person I am caring for, to encourage them to do as much for themselves as possible till they are unable to. Like my own family.

Anne Tyler

HCA2 – NHS

 

I pledge to give my patients and families the time and listen

Steve Parson

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to be kind and listen to find out people’s story.

Kirsty Graham

HCA A+E

 

I pledge to educated everyone to see the person not the diagnosis. Any diagnosis.

 

I pledge to always see the person and make sure that they matter.

Anne Marie

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to always be kind no matter what time constraints or pressure I may be under

Carly

Project lead nurse associate

 

I pledge to never forget how kindness and being kind to other in my work, my life and always can I make a huge difference to a person

Helena O’toole

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to make more time to listen to people.

Andy Parry

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to be the person I am and to be the nurse and the kind caring person I have grown into and make a difference to others

Sean Phillips

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to take the time to listen and understand what really matters to my patients, to be a small piece of their incredible journey

Thomas W.

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to listen and understand to patients and their families and advocated for them and help to be their voice.

Kate Parsley

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to remember every patient is some one’s mother or father, and to find the time to show them all the greatest kindness.

Sasha

 

I pledge to ensure I take time to know my personal lever to give them the best care and to keep smiling

Stephanee Ring.

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to have more time with patients and their families, and provide them with the care they deserve, make them feel valued, important, safe and feel line on individual and not someone with on illness or someone who is unwell

Lauren

Trainee nursing associate

 

I pledge to have the kindness to care for everyone I meet, and the courage to challenge those who do not.

Rebecca Evans

Student nurse

 

I pledge to be empowering and make a difference that will impact on some ones life for the better

Linda Quinn

1st year student nurse

 

I pledge to be kind and compassionate and listen to who my patients are and their needs.

Katringa

TAP NDHT

 

I pledge to ensure I listen more embracing my patients stories with the individuality they deserve to make my patients, carers, family, friends my priority.

Rebecca Jones

Trainee nursing associate

 

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