MST supports Nursing Times student diversity award

Mary Seacole Trust Chair Trevor Sterling will be among the judging panel for a new category in the Student Nursing Times Awards 2019. MST Trustee and nurse Karen Bonner has helped develop the Mary Seacole Award for Outstanding Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion. The Trust is working with Health Education England, sponsors of the Award, […] Read More

Black History Month: Reflection without a mirror

Welcoming Black History Month, MST chair Trevor Sterling writes about why it’s now more important than ever: There is much debate each year over whether there should be a focus on UK Black history during the course of just one month each year. Many people understandably consider that there should be a perennial acknowledgment without […] Read More

MST to be charity partner

MST is pleased to be the 2018 charity partner for the brand new Nursing Times Workforce Summit and Awards. The event aims to highlight important discussions and showcase innovation in workforce planning and management that will contribute to sustaining a workforce fit for the future. A sustainable nursing and midwifery workforce is essential to ensuring […] Read More

Mary Seacole Trust launches quarterly newsletter

Since the Mary Seacole Trust launched on 29th June 2017, the charity has held its first Young Seacole Ambassadors’ competition as part of the Education initiative, commenced work on the website redesign and Diversity in Leadership programme and has continued to build relationships with organisations to further promote Mary’s legacy. To keep members informed about […] Read More

‘My brother shares Mary’s qualities’ says winner of essay competition to find first Young Seacole Ambassador

School student Henry McFarland has become the Mary Seacole Trust’s first young ambassador after winning a competition in which he wrote about the inspirational qualities of his twin brother, Hector, who has epilepsy. Henry was presented with the prize by multi-award winning TV and radio presenter Leah Charles King at a House of Lords ceremony. […] Read More

Seacole charity strengthens its team with two new appointments

The Mary Seacole Trust has made two new appointments to its team. Trauma surgeon Martin Griffiths, whose violence prevention work with young adults has earned him national recognition, becomes the Trust’s first Ambassador. Martin leads a pioneering intervention programme as part of the Trauma Service at the Royal London Hospital. He said: ‘I’m delighted to […] Read More

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