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Values

Togetherness

  •         NNJS family are committed to working with each other.
  •         Share knowledge, expertise, work and resources to deliver results within NNJS family
  •         Help solve problems collaboratively and contribute to the effectiveness of the team

Transparency

  •         All the volunteers and staffs are open, transparent and honest.
  •         All the volunteers and staffs communicate actively with stakeholders about NNJS activities
  •         NNJS make information publicly available

Excellence

  •         Set goals and strive to achieve the highest standards
  •         Believe and practice punctuality
  •         Hold ourselves accountable to patients, colleagues, supporters and subordinates
  •         Demonstrate professionalism at all times
  •         Strive for excellence through innovation, creativity, and spreading new knowledge

Integrity

  •         Demonstrate honesty, trust and mutual respect
  •         Accept responsibility for actions and the resulting outcomes
  •         Be consistently transparent, open and fair without prejudice in dealing with others
  •         Speak up when something appears wrong or inappropriate

Governance

  •         NNJS follow principles of good practice in governance
  •         NNJS is accountable for continuously improving the quality of their services and safeguarding high             standards of care by creating an environment in which excellence in clinical care will flourish.                         (Clinical governance)
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