Friday, 4 November 2016

Walk and Chat Healthcare awareness the UK Leaving the EU effects on the healthcare sector.

Walk and Chat Healthcare awareness the UK Leaving the EU effects on the healthcare sector.


Another Wednesday at victoria care services as we welcome the winter in, we continue to grow the Walk and Chat health care awareness project. My colleague and I took to the streets again with walk and chat health care awareness on Wednesday 2, November with temperatures dropping to 5 degrees we shivered in our socks and so had soup to warm ourselves up before we went out.Today my colleague and I addressed the UK leaving the EU and how it has affected the health care sector.
The streets were uncharacteristically quiet today, but we reassured ourselves it was due to the weather. There was not a large number of locals going past but we spoke with just about everyone who did, about the UK leaving the EU and got very passionate feedback and opinions on the Brexit topic. This week we have added a new strategy to get more feedback from the public we have asked people to give anonymous feedback which members of the local community seem to have a likeness towards, and  so we will continue to have the option for members of the public leaving feedback anonymously with the hopes of gathering honest opinions on issues we face in health care to improve aspects where the community feels needed.
Today my meeting was very successful as i spoke to  members of our local community about the UK leaving the EU  gaining feedback I gathered members of the local community to come to my seminar delegates were healthcare students from the UEA, potential employees, existing employees  and persons who simply fet strongly about Brexit and was interested to hear of Issues in the Healthcare sector due to the UK leaving the EU. We reached our goals this week as we had a full room of interested persons and had very honest and heartfelt feedback from everyone. We have had quite a few health care students taken interest in the topics addressed and to say the least everyone at the meeting spoke very passionately about the way feel about the UK leaving the EU. Having a look at the feedback gathered it's safe to say that the public generally think that the uk leaving the EU has turned out to be a negative thing and though i must admit the people i speak to have to must have been some sort of open minded to speak to me to start with i can safely say they all had similar opinions and had all been affected by the UK leaving the EU in one way or another and it has all been very much on the negative side of things, some big some small some have been affected by the currency exchange rates, receiving less than they had previously, some have lost room mates due to them having to relocate. It unfortunately is a decision that has already been made i asked the general public if they would consider doing a re vote and thought they would like to return to us being together with the EU it's clear the Britain has suffered some irreversible repercussions and there fore the public feels unsafe and lost for a better option.

My name is Sherese Fletcher Recruitment Consultant for Victoria Care Services. My aims are to generate interest in the local community to become  healthcare professionals and essentially provide Financial security with Employment.
I am reachable via all of the follow Work hours are 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday: e-recruitment@victoriacareservices.co.uk
Skype: e-recruitment-vcs@outlook.com
Mobile phone:07502570159
Landline:01603926310