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Praise for NHS artwork

RDaSH clinical lead occupational therapist Sweetline Burnell (right) is pictured with (L-R) occupational therapist Sarah Barrass, technical instructor Colin ONeil and occupational therapy assistant Andrew Marshall.

RDaSH clinical lead occupational therapist Sweetline Burnell (right) is pictured with (L-R) occupational therapist Sarah Barrass, technical instructor Colin ONeil and occupational therapy assistant Andrew Marshall.

A CREATIVE art project, which improved a ward environment for inpatients at a Doncaster adult mental health unit, has been cited as an example of good practice at an NHS conference.

The conference, at York Racecourse for NHS and partner organisations, featured examples of good practice, which included Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust Get Ready, Get Involved creative art project.

It involved patients, staff and volunteers creating 24 individual pieces of artwork for permanent display on inpatient wards.

They have now been invited to show the work at an NHS national event in 2013.

 

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