With just 69 days to go, Fab Change Week is fast approaching!

We thank each and every one of you for your fantastic energy captured over social media over the recent weeks. Fab Change Week is on track to be the biggest event yet!

The time to start pledging is now and many pledges have started to come in. Some areas of the country are certainly leading the way for all and embracing Fab Change Week right across entire Trusts. What could you do to help share Fab Change Week within your area of work?

Making a pledge is simple (and can be fun!). Write your pledge on paper, take a photograph of it and share it on the website: https://fabnhsstuff.net/fabchangeweek/add-pledges/then start to put your pledge into action.

Together, let’s shine a light on the NHS and health and social care and highlight the wonderful examples of best practice, of service improvements, of kindness and compassion. Every pledge whether big or small that is actioned will make a massive difference. Think big, think small, but most importantly, move onto the ‘doing’.

By sharing your pledge with us, you are sharing an idea, a stimulus, a motivation, an inspiration for others. Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle and the life of the candle will not be shortened so keep pledging, keep shining brightly. Every pledge shared may spark another. Let’s share widely and show people what we can do. It may be that you are not yourself luminous, but you are a conductor of light!

Let us illuminate the NHS and health and social care together and throw light and ‘hope’ across our systems.

Join us today.

2017-10-17T12:13:40+00:00 05 September 2017Categories: FabChangeWeek, News0 Comments

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Colorectal/Stoma Care Nurse for 20 years. Now working as Head of Education Ostomy Dvision Coloplast Ltd. supporting Nurse Specialists demonstrate their value via Apollonursingresource.com . Love photography and have developed AcademyOfFabulousArtStuff.com a not for profit venture which is all about having fun with photography, painting and drawing to raise money for charity.

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