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The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) is looking for midwives and healthcare professionals to take part in their pilot programme for digital maternity exemption certificates. The digital scheme is a quicker and cheaper alternative to the paper FW8 application form for faster and easier access to maternity exemption for mums-to-be.
Staff at NHS Business Services Authority are raising awareness and challenging perceptions of hearing loss and deafness by learning BSL to support their Deaf colleague.
Staff at the national NHS organisation, have chosen two charities to partner with this coming year, following their success in raising £67,000 for the British Heart Foundation during 2018/19.
A North East NHS leader beat strong competition to gain a place at this year’s Digital Leaders 100 awards.
Children from Gibside School are visiting an NHS organisation in Newcastle this World Autism Awareness Week (1-7 April) to try out some technology activities and raise money for their charity.
This International Women’s Day celebrates gender balance and Nina Monckton the Chief Insight (Data) Officer from Newcastle-based NHSBSA, talks about her experience working in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) where women are typically underrepresented.
The leader of a national NHS organisation is marking a big step towards supporting mental health in the workplace.
A Chief Insight Officer has won a globally-recognised Women in IT award.
NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) has made it onto Stonewall’s Top 100 Employers list out of a record 445 participating organisations, the largest number to ever enter.
NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) has achieved the Employer Recognition Scheme Bronze Award [on Friday 14 December 2018] for its commitment to support ex-military personnel.
A group of primary school children from Ashington will be joined by pupils from across Europe this week as they have their design skills put to the test at the NHS Business Services Authority in Newcastle.