Most people experience ups and downs in their life, and can feel unhappy, depressed, stressed or anxious during difficult times. This is a normal part of life.
Areas around England may experience “heatwave” conditions over the next few days, according to Met Office forecasts.
Warnings that a heatwave may be imminent are triggered when the Met Office forecasts that there is a 60% chance of temperatures being high enough on at least two consecutive days and the intervening night to have a significant effect on health.
West Midlands Ambulance Service are bracing theselves for what could be one of their busiest ever weekends.
The concerns come after new figures showed that last weekend (Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd June 2014) was the third busiest since the Trust was set up in 2006. The only weekends that have been busier were when the region was blanketed in a thick layer of snow.
12 - 19 May is Dying Matters Awareness Week. This year's theme is 'You Only Die Once' or #YODO if you happen to be discussing the topic on Social Media!
Dying Matters have a very informative website with a large amount of resources designed to help you die in the way of your choosing - take a moment to consider what that might be; strike up the difficult conversations and ultimately plan for the end of your life.
You can find out more on the Dying Matters website.
We support the Nursing Times Speak Out Safely campaign. This means we encourage any staff member who has a genuine patient safety concern to raise this within the organisation at the earliest opportunity.