When 3 extra managers show up Saturday morning to help you crowd control to keep customers and colleagues safe! 馃挌

This week has been the most challenging yet rewarding week of my 35 years in public service - I have never been prouder to work in public sector with fantastic colleagues who have done truly amazing things this week

What a day, 1st day as fully functional, busy Level 3 patient care in what was SHDU unit. New ICU 3 only possible with amazing support from all nursing, medical, pharmacy, PEFS from every area on our floor

Busy day at PCH discharging lots of patients. Many of us stayed late to get everything straight but a special shout out goes to our fabulous cleaning team. We asked so much from them today and they did it all with a smile. Amazing

Well done to all our Social workers, personal advisers, admin staff & managers for all their hard work & dedication in these challenging times In helping our Young people馃寛馃憤 keep up the great work, we will get through this together 馃挌馃憦馃憦馃憦馃憦馃憦馃槉馃槉

so a new venture begins, Paeds ED blended with Paeds Assessment and Inpatients! There are definitely positives to take from this awful situation! Teamwork, supporting colleagues enhanced skills and friendships. Sticking together through Covid 19!

The Pro-Shop / Food & Beverage teams are lending us a hand removing snow and ice from greens this week.

First few sessions on our Respiratory ward done and without exception everyone on the ward has been so supportive of us being there. Thank you everyone on Good Hope Ward 10 and the blummin鈥 amazing NIV physios

Domestic Staff starting their early shift this morning at the Royal Edinburgh. What an incredible job they are doing. Massive thanks for your flexibility and responsiveness.

So our SLT themed Teams meetings have continued. This week we鈥檝e had: props, kitchen utensils and today was dolled up for Fancy Friday. Seeing these faces every morning has certainly made my week in school a lot happier

I know this isn't a universal view, but for me, where would you rather be in a crisis? Sitting at home, watching Netflix and twiddling your thumbs, or on the front line, working with your mates, building new teams, breaking down boundaries, helping patients.

Hope all my NHS work colleagues in other organisations that I鈥檝e worked with are all bearing up under the pressure .... this is testing our leadership and managements skills like never before! Keeping rowing ... we鈥檝e got this!

St. Mary's Food Bank is fortunate to have the National Guard here to pack food boxes and get food to clients in need.

A Tuesday shout out to the whole teaching community. Teachers who: shared remote learning packs; covered sick teachers; are in school during lockdown to support children. Also to the team who are doing amazing things to support our students at home.

Our staff have been in 209/220 for 4 days now. The professionalism, the dedication, the togetherness, the teamwork has been out of this world! We are no longer Respiratory Nurses now. We are Covid19 Nurses and we at ON IT!

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