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Welcome...
The SHJ Team have been working hard to create a magazine that features real people talking honestly and frankly to raise awareness of issues that our colleagues and patients may face every day.    

Ideal for waiting rooms, canteens or just a copy for your desk, the SHJ can be read and enjoyed by anyone!

Our next edition is on it's way! Look out for edition 3 in early Spring 2020...


Latest edition
This is my year, the year of the nurse | April 2020 

The third of the SHJ zoomed out, with a focus on how our interests and passions can positively impact our wellbeing. Three inspirational nurses share their story of how they got into nursing as we celebrate 200 years since the birth of Florence Nightingale. We also share how photography can be part of one's recovery journey, as well as tips on how to get started!

Click here to read the full edition on Issuu.

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Every Life Matters | Autumn 2019 

Our second edition of the SHJ zoomed in on young people and mental health. This edition shared an emotional story from Lara who has battled with her mental health for most of her life, as well a piece from Bury Tomorrow's Dan Winter-Bates about the impact of social media. 

Download the full edition here.

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First edition
Hope for the New Year | January 2019 

Our first edition brought a brand new look to the Trust's magazine and featured a main story from mental health campaigner and author, Hope Virgo. This edition also covered how older people can remain independent and shared the story about how a member of staff took on highstreet giant, Poundland.

Download the full edition here.

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