Archive for February, 2018

Orthopaedics consultant receives excellence award from popular healthcare review website

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

Trust consultant Stephen Tai has received a Certificate of Excellence award from healthcare review website iWantGreatCare. The awards are presented to the best clinicians in the country across a number of different specialties – including GPs, nurses and more. Above: Consultant Stephen Tai (bottom row, middle) with the orthopaedics team  Speaking about the achievement, Stephen […]

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Trust’s research team feature in prestigious journal

Monday, February 26th, 2018

The Trust’s research team has had a paper about one of their studies published in the prestigious Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology Journal. Above: Members of the team with Adie Vijoen (back row, middle), the study’s European chief investigator and Trust consultant chemical pathologist The study, led at the Trust by the study’s European chief investigator and […]

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Urology team attend BAFTA event

Monday, February 12th, 2018

The Trust’s urology team recently attended a tribute event for one of their former patients. Above: Members of the Trust’s urology team, including Dr Anand Sharma (furthest left), Helen Stoker (clinical nurse specialist, second left), Beverly Aldwinckle (urology clinic nurse in charge, second right) and James Hemmings (clinical nurse specialist, furthest right).  Ray Merrin was […]

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Hospital-acquired pressure ulcers at all time low

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

Hospital-acquired pressure ulcers – also known as bed sores – on the Trust’s inpatient wards are now at an all-time low. In 2010, pressure ulcers were reported at the rate of one nearly every day. Just seven years later, one occurs every two weeks (in 2017 there were just 31 cases reported across the whole […]

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Hospital-acquired pressure ulcers at all time low

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

Hospital-acquired pressure ulcers – also known as bed sores – on the Trust’s inpatient wards are now at an all-time low. In 2010, pressure ulcers were reported at the rate of one nearly every day. Just seven years later, one occurs every two weeks (in 2017 there were just 31 cases reported across the whole […]

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