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Thursday 2 April


SST training day Education centre, St Mary’s Hospital Mint Wing, second floor: 09.00


Register your place via Eventbrite – visit the intranet to learn more.


April CEO sessions Join chief executive Tim Orchard and other senior leaders to hear the latest updates on key Trust developments, ask questions and give feedback. • 14 April: Charing Cross Hospital • 16 April: Hammersmith Hospital


• 17 April: Western Eye Hospital • 21 April: St Mary’s Hospital


May CEO sessions Join chief executive Tim Orchard and other senior leaders to hear the latest updates on key Trust developments, ask questions and give feedback. • 15 May: Western Eye Hospital • 19 May: St Mary’s Hospital • 21 May: Charing Cross Hospital • 28 May: Hammersmith Hospital


‘New Londoners’ star in latest charity exhibition


Contribute to #ImperialPeople


#ImperialPeople is a social media campaign where we ask staff from across the Trust to share their stories. In short written profiles, we aim to capture your experiences and feelings about working here – celebrating the many personalities that make up our organisation. We post these profiles, alongside photos, on our social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter) and on the intranet. As well as staff, we also feature Imperial Health Charity volunteers and patients. We encourage staff to nominate themselves or their colleagues to be featured in #ImperialPeople. Email imperial.communications@nhs.net with the subject line ‘Imperial People’, explaining who you’re nominating and why. We’ll then get in touch to arrange a short interview and photo. We look forward to hearing from you!


Asha Barnard, advanced cardiac physiologist


Spring 2020


A series of photographs celebrating diversity in London have come to the Trust as part of Imperial Health Charity’s latest Art in Focus exhibition. The 20 images have been selected from a collection of over 160 taken by world- renowned photographer Chris Steele-Perkins. The chosen works form part of his series, The New Londoners, which centres on families and friends with a connection to the capital. Delphine Allier, art curator at Imperial Health Charity, said: “We are truly delighted to have these images in our collection and believe they will appeal to, and reflect, the hugely diverse people who come to our hospitals every day to work, visit loved ones or receive treatment.”


The exhibition is on display at


Hammersmith Hospital until March, when it will move to Charing Cross Hospital.


Asha Barnard, advanced cardiac physiologist


Find out more about Imperial Health Charity’s arts programme at www.imperialcharity.org.uk/arts


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