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Parents ‘blown away by the care’ at the Rosie’s neonatal unit

The mother of a little girl who was born critically ill last year at the Rosie says she can’t thank the hospital enough for caring for Skye and saving her life.

Spotlight: the nurses who support patients with Parkinson's disease

A focus on Parkinson's specialist nurses, as part of the Addenbrooke's Health Heroes series produced in partnership with the Cambridge News.

Rosie’s NICU staff are ‘heroes’ say Hunts couple

A couple from Huntingdonshire have raised more than £3,000 for the ‘heroes’ on the Rosie’s neonatal unit who looked after their baby girl when she was born prematurely at 26 weeks.

Cambridge University Hospitals top in the Eastern region for research activity

CUH is top in the Eastern region and has made the UK’s top ten NHS organisations for research-activity, according to the National Institute for Health Research’s (NIHR) League Tables published today.

CUH nurse scoops academic study grant to develop app to help intensive care patients communicate

A CUH research nurse has won a prestigious study grant to improve the care of patients on intensive care units by developing the use of an app to help them communicate.

Splint to protect ‘funny bone’ nerve wins healthcare innovation competition

A CUH consultant has won an award to develop a splint to protect the ulnar nerve, commonly called the ‘funny bone’.

Cambridge leading the future of technological advances in healthcare

“A technological revolution in which the NHS in England has the potential to be a leading global player” was Professor Sir Malcolm Grant’s key message at conference last week.

‘It was like fate’ – Rosie midwife delivers couple’s four babies

The arrival of Catherine and Daniel Fox’s fourth baby, Albie, was made even more special by having Anita Walsh deliver their baby.

CUH welcomes 100 nurses to Addenbrooke's and the Rosie

Here is a selfie taken by some of the 50 or so of the 100 new nurses that have just started at CUH.

Spotlight: Meet the team raising £10k to make a children’s ward homely

The team on D2, a ward for children aged 0-16, is well on its way to raising £10,000 to improve the parent and teenager rooms as well as the facilities outside for younger patients.

Addenbrooke’s is ‘fabulous’ say grateful parents

The parents of a little girl who had lifesaving treatment at CUH Addenbrooke’s have said the hospital took great care of her.

Helping new mums to breastfeed

National Breastfeeding Week 2015, which launched on June 20, is an opportunity for mothers, supporters of breastfeeding and health professionals to share what works well to support breastfeeding in local communities.

CUH achieves 10-year anniversary of training theatre staff of the future

For the past 10 years, Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) has been training its staff through the ranks to become theatre practitioners of the future.

New procedure for scoliosis patients is transforming treatment

A new way to treat young scoliosis patients recently introduced at Addenbrooke's has beenhailed one of most major advances in surgery in the last decade by a top surgeon at CUH.

Staff Member Of The Week: Paco Rei

Weekly spotlight on a member of the Trust and their job

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