NHS Arden & GEM CSU has been successful in the ‘Team of the Year – Health’ category at this year’s UK National GO Awards which recognise outstanding achievement and innovation in public procurement.
Join our free webinar on engaging virtually with impact. Taking place on Thursday 23 July, the webinar will help organisations consider their engagement requirements and duties when making decisions about service restoration and recovery.
Hear how Arden & GEM CSU is advising and supporting health and care systems on the engagement process needed as part of their restoration and recovery plans at the NHS Communications Virtual Conference.
As the health and care system continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, a constant flow of information and analysis, to inform policy development and decision-making, is required. Arden & GEM has the unique ability to quickly generate bespoke datasets at a population level.
The Arden & GEM procurement team has been successfully shortlisted in three categories for the CIPS Excellence in
Procurement Awards 2020.
Our Medicines Optimisation in Care Homes Pharmacist - Jenny Desborough, has been invited to speak at two virtual conferences - The NHS Patient & Staff Safety Virtual Conference and the PM Academy Webinar.
When Microsoft offered its Teams service to the NHS free of charge to aid remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic, NHS Arden & GEM CSU matched that support with free set-up support.
Arden & GEM teamed up with financial awareness experts, Eulogie to offer a series of free lunchtime webinars to support NHS employees, and their families, understand more about their financial health and wellbeing, in particular the impact of recent changes in circumstances due to COVID-19.
Senior Prescribing Advisor Rupesh Thakkar, Medicines Optimisation Lead Pharmacist – Primary Care, has been invited to join fellow pharmacists plus a pharmacy technician to speak at a free Electronic Repeat Dispensing webinar for healthcare professionals.
Arden & GEM’s IT service quickly mobilised a bespoke programme of work to ensure that its staff and clients had the infrastructure, equipment and support available for mass home working as part of the nationwide response to limit the spread of coronavirus.