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What is #Conversations? 

Launched in 2016, #Conversations is a collection of activities and events which aims to encourage patients, families, visitors, Trust members and staff to talk about their experiences and stories. Through these conversations, we want to discuss with as many people as possible how we could develop and improve services at the hospital. Our events and activities include division staff awards, fun activities for families and patients, listening events staff fancy dress and much more!


Despite the set backs with coronavirus (covid-19) this year we're pleased to say that #Conversations activities will be returning in 2020!

It's time to start launching this year's activities but we've decided to make a few changes to the way #Conversations runs. We're going to spread out our events and consultations throughout the year, instead of running everything at the same time. Based on your feedback, we think this will make this clearer and easier for everyone.

Watch this space and keep an eye on our Facebook page as we will be updating you with what's coming next!

Latest updates: 

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The Women's and Children's staff awards are now open! They open on Monday 14 September and close on Friday 2 October.

Click here to nominate a staff member or team.

We'd like you to help us identify staff who directly and indirectly contribute to the exceptional care our patients and families receive.

Anyone (families, volunteers, staff, patients etc) can nominate any staff member or team whose main role benefits patients and families in the Women's and Children's division, based at Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, St Michael's Hospital or Weston General Hospital.

Winners will be announced here on our website and our Facebook page in mid-October.



Women's and Children's staff awards - nominate now
The W&C staff awards are open from Monday 14 September to Friday 2 October. Patients, families, visitors and staff can nominate a staff member or team whose main role benefits patients and families in the Women’s and Children’s division.
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