Tail of joy as Jack back on ward duty
Welcome back our furry friends!
Let's talk genomics!
Genomics Conversation week takes place annually with the aim of sparking conversations about genomics and increasing healthcare professionals’ familiarity with the topic.
UK transplant experts reach 100th meeting milestone
A unique medical forum which discusses every adult in the UK being considered for an intestinal transplant celebrated its 100th meeting at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge yesterday.
Cambridge teams land £4m to tackle toughest cancers
Two teams of Cambridge scientists – which include experts based at Addenbrooke’s Hospital - are to get a £4m boost to help with the fight against cancer.
Celebrating long service at CUH
Congratulations to our long service award winners including Alison, celebrating 30 years in nursing at Addenbrooke's and Vivien with 20 years as a specialist biomedical scientist.
Pioneering clinic to treat reversible form of dementia
Addenbrooke’s has launched a ground-breaking, multidisciplinary clinic to help identify and treat people with a frequently misunderstood condition called normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH).
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Can you share your pregnancy story?
If you are pregnant and your baby is due to arrive between November 2022 and early March 2023, you might be interested in taking part in a programme in which medical students from Cambridge University learn about pregnancy.
New service launched to transport sick babies and children
A new service to transport very sick babies and children within the East of England will launch on 7 April.
Pregnant women to be assigned lead named midwife
Pregnant women living in Cambridge University Hospital’s catchment area and registered with the Rosie are set to benefit from a new and improved care model which aims to make maternity services more personal.
Could you help us train tomorrow’s doctors?
If you are pregnant and your baby is due to arrive between November 2020 and early March 2021, you might be interested in taking part in a programme in which medical students from Cambridge University learn from pregnant people.
Winner Diane is a Rosie hospital star!
A nurse from Cambridge has become a winner of a Cavell Star Award. Diane Lane, a Maternity Support Worker at the Rosie Birth Centre for Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was nominated for going above and beyond for her colleagues.