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In Conversation With, Laura Parker, neurosciences research nurse

Our latest In Conversation With… interview is with Laura Parker, our neurosciences research nurse.

Laura joined our Trust in 2009 and has followed in the footsteps of her mum Karen, who is also one of our nurses. While Karen tried to talk Laura out of becoming a nurse because of the pressures involved, she’s hugely proud of her and tells everyone what she does!

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Our Children's Diabetes team

Our Children’s Diabetes team (pictured) marked World Diabetes Day today (Wednesday 14 November) by holding stalls at our hospitals, to raise awareness about the condition and talk about their work to support children living with diabetes.

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In Conversation With...Sally Greig, a physiotherapist who helps to keep our staff fit and healthy

For In Conversation With… this week we spoke to Sally Greig, our senior occupational health physiotherapist and one of the key people helping to keep our staff fit and healthy.

She retrained to be a physiotherapist when she was made redundant aged 33 – before that she’d working in banking, as a McDonald’s manager and was the first female special constable to serve in the Honourable Artillery Company.

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Gold standard of care for patients with autism at King George Hospital

We’re really proud that our staff at King George Hospital have received the gold level of the Autism Awareness Award. Robert Lamb, an autism ambassador from the Redbridge Autism Awareness Roadshow (RAAR), presented the certificate and praised our teams for making adjustments to the care they provide to patients with autism, giving them a better experience when visiting our hospital.

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In Conversation With... Sue Williams, who kept our executive office running smoothly for 17 years!

It’s a special edition of In Conversation With this week. We spoke to Sue Williams just before she retired on Wednesday 31 October following 17 years as our Executive Assistant to our Chair and Chief Executive.

Before joining our Trust Sue had a very varied career – from working in a bank, to first honing her PA skills working for Sir James Goldsmith and even running her own company!

Sue is also an accomplished shooter, scoring 48 out of 50 in her first lesson. And she’s a huge Formula 1 fan!

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