Today ( Friday 18 March) is Global Recycling Day! It’s a day when we take time to understand just how important recycling is for the future of our planet and its natural resources. We want to share with you how the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) has engaged with colleagues to improve recycling habits and how we are preventing waste through our drive to go digital.
Today (Tuesday 8 March) is International Women’s Day. A day marked annually as an opportunity to celebrate, raise awareness and move towards gender equality. This year the theme is #BreakTheBias with a focus on the action needed to level the playing field.
In this blog, Allison Newell, Executive Director of Strategy, Business Development and Growth at the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA), speaks about generational changes and how to enhance equality today to create a sustainable tomorrow.
Here at the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA), we encourage colleagues to explore opportunities to develop themselves and their careers within the organisation.
Today (Friday 4 February) marks World Cancer Day. A day annually observed to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection and treatment.
On the blog today, Karen Bell, a Senior Business Analyst here at the NHS Business Services Authority, shares her personal cancer story and the importance of screening.
It’s been another year of development and innovation for the NHSBSA’s Data and Insight directorate. In our latest blog, Sanhati Sinha Roy, Lead Delivery Manager, reflects on some of our delivery team’s key achievements in the NHS data and insight space.
It’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Kirste Worland, Head of Technology Applications and Co-Chair of the NHSBSA’s Disability and Neurodiversity Colleague Network, shares her story of growing up with Dyspraxia.
World Antimicrobial Awareness Week: How the NHSBSA is supporting the fight against antimicrobial resistance
To mark the annual celebration of World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, Alison Metcalfe, Head of Professional and Clinical Services, and Margaret Dockey, Prescription Information Services Manager, discuss how the NHS Business Services Authority is developing new tools to address the global problem of antimicrobial resistance.
The global coronavirus pandemic has meant changes for all of us, particularly in terms of how we work. We know we’ve needed to adapt and move into a new world, so we’ve developed an approach with our people to look at how we work into the future and explore the potential for a hybrid working model.
Our Chief Executive Michael Brodie and Programme Lead Anna Butterfield share our journey so far:
The month of October is upon us. That means it’s time for Black History Month: a reminder for us all to recognise and celebrate Black history and the future. In our latest blog, Ada Okoli, Programme Manager and Co-Chair of our BAME network, launches our Black History Month activity and highlights some of the recent work that has been achieved over the past year.
23rd September marks Bi Visibility Day, a day to celebrate the bisexual community as part of the LGBTQ+ umbrella and to raise awareness of the challenges they face.
Today, Carla Jackson, blogs about the importance of celebrating Bi Visibility Day and her experiences as part of the LGBTQ+ community.
The NHS Business Services Authority is proud to have achieved the Employer Recognition Scheme Gold Award for outstanding support towards the Armed Forces community. In our latest blog, Faye tells us a bit more about our Armed Forces Network and what we’re doing to ensure we’re an inclusive, veteran-friendly employer.
It’s been a year of development and innovation for the NHSBSA’s Data and Insight directorate. In our latest blog, Sanhati Sinha Roy, Lead Delivery Manager, reflects on some of our key achievements in the NHS data and insight space.