Combining Opinions to Generate Solutions (COGS) is working with University College London Hospital (UCLH) Cancer Collaborative to ask patients’ views and opinions about the Early Diagnosis Centre at Mile End Hospital, which is due to open in 2020 and will be the first of its kind nationally. Have your say…Read " Patient engagement for new early diagnos…"
Latest news — articles for July 2019
The Myeloma service at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) has recently received ‘excellent’ ratings across all eight standards, including patient experience, follow up and support.Read " Myeloma service awarded with ‘excellent’…"
World Breastfeeding Week begins this Thursday (1 August) and to mark this, one of our midwives is launching a campaign to normalise breastfeeding in public.Read " Mums encouraged to share their selfies a…"
A bake sale held at Queen’s Hospital on Friday 26 July raised over £400 – all of which will be spent on treating children with sickle cell disease and thalassaemia to some fun activities.Read " Bake sale to raise funds for activities …"
Parents, children, students, healthcare workers and a range of people across the community of Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge came together at Queen’s Hospital on Saturday (20 July) for a special event, Save our Children.Read " Powerful stories shared as community com…"
This week we spoke to Grace Abosede Matanmi (known as Grace), who, after completing her nursing associate training, is now aiming to realise her dream of becoming a nurse.
It could have been very different – growing up Grace wanted to be an accountant after developing a love of figures thanks to her accountant uncle. She did the job for several before becoming bored – and a chance happening when lunching with a friend set her on the path to nursing.Read " In Conversation With...nursing associate…"
Colleagues at our Trust have come together to form a new group, the Digestive Diseases Centre, to improve patient care. As part of a joint away day, our Gastroenterology, Endoscopy, General Surgery, Divisional Triumvirate and Executive teams launched the group. The day was an opportunity for colleagues from a range of different departments in our Trust to come together and think about how we can make our services more efficient, improve communication, and ultimately deliver even better care for our patients.Read " We've launched a new group to help impro…"
For the past three months we have been examining what Queen’s Hospital in Romford and King George Hospital in Ilford will look like in the future as part of developing a new clinical strategy.Read " King George Hospital Emergency Departmen…"