Meadows Restaurant Musgrave Park Hospital, Alison Leckey, Bingham’s Nursery and Cornerstone Cafe collectively raised £347.34 for BART via our collection boxes. If you would like a collection box email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 028950 43215.

NICVA, the Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action, is a membership and representative umbrella body for the voluntary and community sector.  They recently conducted a survey of over 1000 voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations in Northern Ireland. The results outlined the 3 most pressing issues facing the charity sector as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. BART Trustees and staff would like to thank everyone for their continued support over the past 6 months as the  crisis impacts on our services and activities

Remember these simple steps if you’re out and about.  We are all in this together.  Help stop the spread

Meet Ruth, Staff Nurse in Withers Ward, Musgrave Park Hospital.

“Becoming a nurse was always the career I wanted and when I moved from Donegal to Belfast in 2012 to study adult nursing I was certain I made the right decision. From my very first placement as a student nurse and to this day I feel very passionate about my job. I love the satisfaction of coming home after work knowing I’ve done the best I could for my patients. Making them feel valued and safe in my care as they undergo surgery is paramount to me.  Working in Musgrave Park Hospital introduced me to BART, a charity I really knew nothing about, until I was approached to help with the TRAC-24 study. I was involved in this study not only for data input, but also on the ward who cared for a lot of patients involved in the TRAC-24 study. Trying to remember the skills involved in this research on a busy day was challenging. However, my involvement with the TRAC-24 data input enabled me to support my team in reinforcing the important duties involved to make the study a success. BART is a great resource aiming to develop and make changes for the better in the orthopaedic and fracture sector and I will continue to support this charity in any way I can.”

Maintaining a healthy weight is one of the best things you can do for your joints! So now that most of us are back from summer breaks why not try to get back into a good routine and set yourself some goals.

Our research would not be possible without the important donations we receive throughout the year. So please help us further our work by sending a donation today.

Address Details

Outcomes Assessment Unit
Musgrave Park Hospital
Stockman’s Lane

Contact Details

Tel: 028 9068 3530

Fax: 028 9068 3530

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