Different people within our community are facing huge and different challenges, from frontline staff working long hours under pressure, to parents balancing home education and work, to those furloughed from work or isolated in their homes without their usual social and professional contacts. It’s hugely important that we continue to support one another, understand each others’ experiences, and work together to make the best of the current situation, as well as continuing to build relationships for the future.
As such, we will continue to provide a space for discussions, introductions and innovative ideas to help the delivery of health and care. In recognition of the fast-paced environment we find ourselves in, we’ll be offering points of connection once a fortnight rather than our usual once every two months. The first two such connection points are:
We will be hosting two sessions to talk to our community as an opportunity to discuss issues, problems and solutions and share tips and tricks for coping with the current crisis. Two dates have been added to our events calendar and more will be announced over the coming weeks.
Wednesday 8 April 20:00 – 21:00 BST
Thursday 9 April 12:00 – 14:00 BST (this event)
You do not have to join for the entire time period, these are open sessions, however please book ahead so we know who to expect.