Here's the round up from Week 9 of the #NHS100Stories campaign - another rich mix of inspiring stories from Specialist, Acute, Mental Health and Community Trusts. Two of the teams featured this week have created useful web-based resources. The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust have produced a YouTube video tutorial to teach colleagues how to 'sign' #hellomynameis; and Gloucestershire Care Services have developed a web site for their rebranded Sexual Health Service

100,000s of staff and millions of patients are being impacted by new ways of working. More than 60 NHS Trusts comprising around 300,000 staff have been taking bold steps to ‘power up’ their frontline teams. The impact on patient care is being highlighted in an exciting new Twitter campaign #NHS100Stories which was launched last week, profiling 100 powerful stories in 100 days.

In an inspirational step forward, NHS staff across Rotherham are leading the way nationally as they learn to introduce themselves to patients using sign language. Earlier this year, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust signed up to Kate Granger’s ‘Hello my name is…’ campaign as part of the collective launch/boost across more than 100 organisations organised by the national Listening into Action (LiA) Team

More than 100 NHS organisations – comprising more than 500,000 staff who between them care for millions of patients – are joining a massive movement launched by a terminally ill doctor from the north of England. The collective, ‘big bang’ launch will happen today 2nd February.

.When we heard that Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust - where Kate Granger is now working - was about to launch 'Hello my name is...', we thought it would be good, with Kate's blessing, to invite CEOs from other LiA Trusts to launch/boost their own local campaign on the same day. This 'collective launch/boost' would be make some 'noise' across the country, create an opportunity for Trusts to network and share good ideas, and, most