Two midwives from our Women’s Hospital have been nominated for a national award for their outstanding contribution to helping save the lives of babies requiring neonatal care.
Stories from around our Trust
We're not only passionate about delivering the best for our women, children and families today but, through research, world-class care in the future. On 20 May BWC is proudly marking International Clinical Trials Day. Read this message from Matt Boazman, our Chief Officer for Strategy and Innovation.
Our Outpatients Facility based at our Children’s Hospital are trialing a new immersive sensory pod experience, aimed at reducing tension and anxiety for our young patients who visit us for outpatient appointments.
BWC is pleased to welcome Nailesh Rambhai who is joining our Board of Directors as a new Non-Executive Director.
A £2.2million joint-initiative led by a Consultant Obstetrician at our Women’s Hospital is aiming to help women across the globe and prevent deaths related to Caesarean-sections for mothers in developing nations.
The first signs of summer are starting to appear, trees are green, evenings are getting longer and flowers are blooming. The weather is starting to change with forecasts that this weekend will see the highest temperatures of the year so far. Lots of us will be spending more time outside but it’s important to remember to stay safe in the sun.
To mark the occasion, we are releasing a "Life as a Nurse" video series on our Trust YouTube channel, where nurses from across the Trust share insights on their role at our Hospitals.
We’re excited to be revealing a special ‘Moments with our Midwives’ series this International Day of the Midwife 2022, sharing some excellent insights from a range of our midwifery colleagues for aspiring midwives and those interested in what it takes to qualify.
A study, led from our Children’s Hospital, has begun which could potentially revolutionise care for young people with asthma using artificial intelligence technology.
Experts from our Trust have developed a life-saving test that allows doctors to spot a rare form of eye cancer in babies in the womb.