Over 7,600 women, men and children have been recruited to 190 studies over the last year at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, beating its target of 5,050 and ranking it second in regional recruitment.
Stories from around our Trust
Now that summer seems to have arrived experts at Birmingham Children’s Hospital are reminding families to take simple precautions while having some fun in the sun with their little ones.
Our Chief Nurse, Michelle McLoughlin CBE, enjoyed an unforgettable day at Buckingham Palace earlier this week (Thursday 9 May) when she was awarded her honour from HRH The Duke of Cambridge.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital is set to feature in BBC2’s ground-breaking documentary series Surgeons: At the Edge of Life.
The pioneering work of Professor Deirdre Kelly CBE in imporving outcomes for children and young people with liver disease has been recognised with a prestigious international award.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital has launched the Midland’s first specialist multidisciplinary ‘one-stop’ voice service.
Our next Recruitment Open Days are fast approaching and we’re looking forward to welcoming people through our doors to find out about the many roles we have to offer across our Trust – both clinical and non-clinical.
Today is International Childhood Cancer Day and we’re sharing a message from 11-year-old Laraib, a truly remarkable young lady cared for by our expert Oncology team, who wanted to tell her story in her own words:
A pioneering research study has found that genetic testing improves the diagnosis of abnormalities in developing babies that are picked up during ultrasound scans.