The annual awareness week, now in its 19th year, is an opportunity for bereaved parents, families and friends, to commemorate babies’ lives and to raise awareness about pregnancy and baby loss to drive for the improvements that are needed for parents and families now and in the future.
57 year old Paul Woodward, who works in the Paediatric Oncology service at the Trust, has made a successful quit attempt this Stoptober thanks to the Your Health Your Way service, after previously being unable to kick the habit.
On Wednesday 13th October we announced the overall winners of our inaugural Team NUH Awards. The winners were revealed during a live television studio style broadcast watched by a virtual audience of over 400.
Over 12,000 patients took part in clinical research – including around 10,250 patients recruited into COVID-19 trials at NUH. Read more in our Reserch & Innovation Annual Report for 2020-21.
Our Children’s Emergency Department (ED) has temporarily moved a short distance to the Lyn Jarrett Unit on A Floor, South Block at the QMC, so building work can take place.
If you can quit for 28 days, you are five times more likely to quit for good. Make a quit attempt this Stoptober!