Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust (GOSH) is committed to delivering good governance and has always expected its directors and staff to meet the highest standards of business conduct.
Saturday 12 May is International Nurses Day, a day when the global health community joins together to celebrate the contribution that nurses make around the world. The theme this year focuses on the vital leadership role that nurses can play in championing ‘health as a human right’. We caught up with our own Chief Nurse, Alison Robertson, to take the temperature of this vital profession.
CLOSED. Research students were invited to apply to the Doctoral Training Support Fund for funding to support the running costs for translational clinical research/experimental medicine projects being undertaken within GOSH and ICH.
The aim of this module is to enhance the health care professional's existing understanding of the client group, developing an insight into the specific needs of patients with congenital heart disease as they progress from childhood to adult life.
Consisting of three modules of study – Foundations of Paediatric Intensive Care Nursing, Care of the Child with Respiratory Compromise, and Nursing Interventions for the Child in Paediatric Intensive Care - that are taken over a year.
Suitable for nurses and midwives seeking NMC-approved Mentorship qualification, this module develops the skills of mentorship, assessment and leadership needed to support the developing practice competence of students and junior colleagues.
To celebrate International Clinical Trials Day, patients and their families are invited to the Research Activity Trail! Follow the trail around the main reception and The Lagoon and take part in fun hands on activities along the way.
GOSH is committed to supporting the ambition and career development of nurses and in collaboration with London Southbank University (LSBU), provides a range of opportunities for continuing education and career development as a postgraduate nurse. Learn more about our courses below.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) GOSH Biomedical Research Centre will host its 3rd National Residential Academic Training Weekend on 10-11 November 2018,. The weekend will provide an opportunity for academic trainees working with children and young people to develop their research skills and career.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) GOSH Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) is part of a new £5 million consortium led by Kings College London which will strengthen London’s status as a world centre of commercialisation in medical technologies.