News and Events

2017 News items are listed below

Launch of Trust's Strategy for Supporting Carers

The Trust recently launched a carers strategy entitled ‘Caring Together in Belfast’ – A Plan for Supporting Carers in Belfast 2017 – 2020.

The Trust has issued advice to some patients regarding a low risk infection caused by Mycobacterium chimaera.

This year’s No Smoking Day is on Wednesday 8th March 2017 and is a great opportunity to make a positive change to your health and bank balance! It also marks Belfast Health & Social Care Trust being Smoke Free across our sites for one year.

No Smoking Day - Anne Marie's Story

It’s almost been a year since Belfast Trust went Smoke Free and since then many members of staff have been reaping the benefits.

British Journal of Midwifery Awards success for Belfast Trust

The British Journal of Midwifery Practice Award 2017 for ‘Contribution to Midwifery Education’ has been awarded to Belfast Trust’s Gillian Morrow and Kathy McCandless.

Childrens Cancer Unit Charity funds new bedrooms at the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children

Construction work on two specialist isolation rooms which will increase the number of beds at the Children’s Cancer Unit has commenced thanks to funds raised by the Children’s Cancer Unit Charity.

New Chief Executive for Belfast Trust

Peter McNaney, Chairman of Belfast Trust, today announced the appointment of Mr. Martin Dillon as permanent Chief Executive effective from Wednesday 8 February 2017.

Health and Social Care Northern Ireland organisations in partnership with Business Services Organisation, Procurement and Logistics Service plan to deliver a series of Procurement Awareness Events across the region. These events are targeted at service providers who deliver health and social care service interventions to people.

Parents across Northern Ireland are being urged to be aware of the risk of Child Sexual Exploitation. The call comes from Health and Social Care Trusts as part of the Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Awareness Week organised by the Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland.

Belfast Trust is supporting free workshops for Voluntary & Community Groups to increase awareness about the nature and dynamics of domestic and sexual violence and abuse during February and March.

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