Question: what's your favourite thing about working in the NHS?
Asked by 436menb53 to Ed - Mental Health Nurse, Annabel - Head of HR, Neel - Psychiatrist, Home Treatment Team on 5 Feb 2019. This question was also asked by 248menb55, ripthesavege.
answered on 5 Feb 2019:
I like that, despite all the bad news you hear in the press, I still get to make a big difference to someone’s life, and I work with loads of people who are dedicated to helping.
answered on 9 Feb 2019:
I think it feels likes working with a big family. You feel supported and well connected. It’s an amazing organisation and the envy of the world.
Psychiatry Ward Team commented on 5 Feb 2019:
Emma here 🙂
I just love the opportunity to meet and work with and help SO many different types of people. Mental health problems can affect anyone and it’s great to be able to make a difference to them.
I love going to work and feel proud to work as part of one big family who all want the best for our patients.
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Arts Therapy Team commented on 7 Feb 2019:
Richard: Here: The people, the passion and care my colleagues bring to their roles, everyday is different, even on difficult days, we have such as a supportive culture.