We’ve backed World Breastfeeding Week (1 – 7 August) and our Midwives on our Postnatal Ward have offered advice to new mums that useful all year-round.
Stories from around our Trust
You may have noticed a feature on Felicity, one of our Pets as Therapy dogs, in the Sunday Mirror recently.
It’s been another golden British Transplant Games for our Children’s Hospital superstars who left this year’s event in Newport, Wales, with another record-breaking haul.
If you would like to join our Council of Governors then you’ll be interested to learn that we are currently seeking Governors.
Members of the public are being invited to our Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust’s Annual General Meeting taking place on Tuesday 23 July.
The parents of an eight-month-old currently on the transplant list awaiting a donor heart are urging families to have conversations and share their wishes about organ donation to help offer the precious ‘Gift of Life’.
Three Psychologists from Forward Thinking Birmingham’s (FTB) mental health service and a Psychiatrist and Nurse from Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust (BSMHFT), have authored a ground-breaking new book, published today, about the importance of early intervention in Psychosis.
The country’s largest specialist NHS Trust are welcoming a new role into their nursing team. Seven new nursing associates - a new national role that will open up a career in nursing to people from all backgrounds are joining Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust (BWC).
The country’s first single maternity record system has been launched in Birmingham and Solihull.
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.