Student Midwife Of The Week: Hannah Oxenford

Weekly focus on the marvellous midwives at the Rosie

Three student midwives in shortlist of six for Nursing Times accolade

Student midwives undertaking placements at the Rosie maternity hospital dominate the shortlist for a national award.

CUH consultant helps develop first bladder cancer guideline

An urologist from CUH Addenbrooke’s has helped to develop the first national guideline on bladder cancer.

CUH helps to develop China's hospital leaders of tomorrow

A delegation of senior directors from state-owned Shanghai Hospital Development Centre (SHDC) attended an 18 day leadership development programme designed and delivered by CUH and Møller Executive Education.

Toni Collette, 'Miss You Already'

CUH nurses and doctors lend Hollywood a helping hand

Specialist nurses and a consultant from CUH will provide on-set clinical advice to Hollywood actor Toni Collette during filming of 'Miss You Already'.

Eczema - children sought to participate in a clinical trial

We are currently recruiting children from across Cambridgeshire to participate in a clinical trial of specialist clothing for the relief of eczema symptoms.

Vicky Amiss-Smith at No.10 Downing Street

Children's nurse visits No. 10 Downing Street

A children's nurse from CUH was invited to meet Prime Minister David Cameron last week, in what Number 10 Downing Street called a 'celebration of nurses, carers and other health professionals'.

Sugary 'forcefield' gene could help vulnerable patients fight infection

Cambridge scientists have discovered a 'sugary forcefield' is activated in the gut when our defenses are down to encourage the growth of helpful bacteria and fight over-colonization by harmful micro-organisms that make us ill.

New lab to develop cancer treatments welcomed by CUH chief

Dr Keith McNeil, CUH chief executive, has welcomed the announcement of a new laboratory in Cambridge as a further boost to fast-tracking potential cancer treatments.

Staff at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trustare celebrating winning prizes in the Health Enterprise East 2014 Innovation Competition, left to right: Look East presenter Susie Fowler-Watt, Sonya Sireau, Dr Vincent Gnanapragasam, Ian Hoskins, Meryl Gunstone and Sue Watson.

New prostate cancer device wins innovation award

Dr Vincent Gnanapragasam and his team at CUH have won the JA Kemp Award for Medical Technology for CAMPROBE (Cambridge Prostate Biopsy Needle), a safer and more accurate biopsy method for prostate cancer.

Cambridge Biomedical Campus cancer experts team up with European centres to fight cancer

A new research organisation, Cancer Core Europe, will bring together six top cancer centres, including the Cambridge Cancer Centre, a partnership between CUH, University of Cambridge Cancer Research UK and the MRC.

Ingela (right), with patient representative Rebecca, neurosurgeon Paul Grundy and Rebecca Harris MP

CUH brain cancer nurse speaks at parliament

Neuro-oncology nurse Ingela Oberg recently spoke at the Houses of Parliament, on the challenges faced by those living with and recovering from brain tumours.

Video: The evolution of nursing at Cambridge University Hospitals

From gas lamps to transplant and the rise of the modern nurse. In this video, we explore the changes in the role of a nurse, since the days of Florence Nightingale and Alice Fisher, over 200 years ago.

Magic the diabetes dog supports World Diabetes Day

World Diabetes Day – where’s your #TypeOnsie?

Members of the Eastern Region Diabetes Research Network were in the hospital on 14 November raising awareness and encouraging participation in World Diabetes Day.

Staff celebrate the first anniversary of the opening of the radiology day unit

Radiology day unit marks one year anniversary

The Radiology Day Unit celebrated a year of treating patients and improving efficiency on 08 November 2013.