News

In this section, you will find all of our latest news, blogs and announcements. Through our updates we aim to give you an insight into the work of AQuA, both by our staff and the people that we work with.

We also work with both our members and journalists to respond to media enquiries or requests for interviews.

For all enquiries, please contact Katie Stephenson, Head of Communications and Marketing on katie.stephenson@srft.nhs.uk or 0161 206 8025. 

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  • A year in the life of AQuA: Rachel Bryers

    A year in the life of AQuA: Rachel Bryers

    05 December 2019

    As we near the end of the year, we start to think back on the months gone by, and having time to reflect on the year offers us the opportunity to celebrate achievements, learn some lessons and reassess for the New Year.

  • Blog 3: Kayleigh Barnett - the TEDxNHS series

    Blog 3: Kayleigh Barnett - the TEDxNHS series

    08 November 2019

    My final blog focuses on the sessions around rehabilitation, discrimination, PTSD and life limiting medical conditions. 

  • Blog 2: Kayleigh Barnett - the TEDxNHS series

    Blog 2: Kayleigh Barnett - the TEDxNHS series

    07 November 2019

    My second blog moves on to cover the mid-morning sessions I attended, they were slightly more light hearted but by no means less impactful and powerful.

  • Blog 1: Kayleigh Barnett - TEDxNHS

    Blog 1: Kayleigh Barnett - TEDxNHS

    05 November 2019

    On the Friday, 4 October I was fortunate enough to attend TEDxNHS at Indigo at the O2. I was expecting a thought provoking and boundary challenging day and boy did it deliver!

  • Blog 3: AQ Detection and Response - a combined focus on AKI, pneumonia and sepsis

    Blog 3: AQ Detection and Response - a combined focus on AKI, pneumonia and sepsis

    30 October 2019

    In our third and final blog of the series, we’ll look back on our afternoon sepsis session, which focused on making small changes to see big results and the final AKI session of the day which focused on the importance of fluids in managing AKI.