Take a tour of Great Ormond Street Hospital at Christmas through the eyes of one of its furriest volunteers. Bailey, the Bernese Mountain dog, visits the hospital every week with her owner Liz to bring cheer to patients, their families and the staff.
We understand if you’re in hospital over Hannukah and Christmas things might be a little different. To help spread some festive magic, our Play Team have shared their top ten tips for your stay at hospital this festive season.
One way to engage children in data, research and our environment is through the creation of micro-gardens. The GOSH scientists involved with the festival picked this activity to teach young people about the importance of natural spaces in urban areas...
The National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) has announced that the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Biomedical Research Centre (NIHR GOSH BRC) is one of 20 centres from across the country to receive 5-years of funding.
As a part of Organ Donation Week, we spoke with Robyn Prescott, Specialist Nurse for Organ Donation (SNOD) at Great Ormond Street Hospital and North Middlesex Hospital, to learn about her role, and why it’s important to talk about organ donation.
In July, 12 of our patients headed to Leeds to take part in the British Transplant Games. We caught up with kidney transplant recipients Ben, Daisy and Jasmine who share their experience and favourite memories of the games.
It has been 10 years since we were invited to take part in the London 2012 Summer Olympic games opening ceremony. Nine patients and three members of staff waved to the world as our logo and name lit up the Olympic stadium.