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  1. Living library is just the ticket for GMMH students

    Students on placement with Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) have taken part in the Trusts first ever Living Library.

    Students on placement with Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMMH) have taken part in the Trusts first ever Living Library.

  2. Greater Manchester Mental Health commit to TUC’s Dying to Work Charter

    The charter protects rights at work for those facing a terminal illness.

  3. Royal Appointment for Pioneering Nurse

    A Manchester nurse on the frontline of the fight against infectious diseases in prisons has been awarded an MBE.

    A Manchester nurse on the frontline of the fight against infectious diseases in prisons has been awarded an MBE.

    50-year-old, Joanne Noble RGN MBE, has worked at HMP Manchester for 24 years, dedicating the last six years to tackling the spread of Hepatitis in prisons.  Joanne, who is originally from Bury, was awarded her MBE by HRH Queen Elizabeth II at a recent ceremony in Buckingham Palace.

  4. Intervention developed by Trust nurse taught at Salford University

    Jaclyn Pickup, a Community Mental Health Nurse for Physical Health in Salford, created the PRN map and was approached by Salford University to use the map as part of second year student nurse training.

    Jaclyn Pickup, a Community Mental Health Nurse for Physical Health in Salford, created the PRN map and was approached by Salford University to use the map as part of second year student nurse training.

  5. Chief Executive Bev Humphrey retiring after 12 years

    After 12 years, Chief Executive Bev Humphrey is retiring from the Trust. We are now beginning the recruitment process to find the next Chief Executive, who will continue to take GMMH from strength to strength. 

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