Surgeons’ series: chance to join a Facebook Q&A
The last episode of BBC Two’s ‘Surgeons: at the Edge of Life’ will be broadcast at 9pm today (Tuesday 27 October) – but there is one more opportunity to hear from the Cambridge consultants filmed.
Surgeons: At the Edge of Life - Emmanuel Huguet
As a fresh-faced young medical student consultant hepato-pancreato-biliary and liver transplant surgeon, Emmanuel Huguet, had what he describes as a “seminal moment”.
Marathon volunteering effort earns badges of honour
Volunteers who have clocked up an incredible 5,500 hours helping Cambridge’s Addenbrooke’s Hospital in its fight against Covid-19 have been formally recognised for their efforts.
Trust is first to win technology accolade
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) has become the first healthcare trust in the UK to achieve the highest international quality standard that recognises the use of technology, data and analytics to support inpatient care.
‘Surgeons’ series concludes with high-risk dilemmas
Weighing up the risks of an operation versus the impact of not treating patients at all is a daily balancing act for surgeons at Royal Papworth and Addenbrooke’s hospitals in Cambridge.
Essence of lockdown captured in hospital exhibition
The incredible outpouring of creativity seen during the Covid-19 lockdown has been captured in a thought-provoking exhibition at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.