A new unit at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) has been included in a pioneering national report into how innovative technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) can be harnessed to transform healthcare and patient outcomes.
Rosey, 5 from London has been treated at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) since she was a baby. Rosey has a condition known as VACTERL association which is a name to describe a condition which presents a number of associated symptoms. This affects lots of her body including her heart, bowel, bladder, oesophagus, larynx and spine and she has had to have 20 operations and procedures in her short life time.
This event and programme has been brought together by our ECDC subcommittee to help enhance career possibilities for ECRs and facilitate networking with a focus on establishing collaborative links to strengthen fellowship applications.
During Paul O’Grady’s Little Heroes, we’re shining a spotlight on the wonderful staff across the hospital who help children get better and fulfil their potential. Dr Zubair Tahir is a Consultant Paediatric Neurosurgeon and has worked at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) since 2013. Dr Tahir features in episode six treating patient Ocean.
During Paul O’Grady’s Little Heroes, we’re shining a spotlight on the wonderful staff across the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) who help children get better and fulfil their potential. Donna Wyan featured in episode six as a Nurse Practitioner on Panther Ward. Here she tells us why she loves working on a surgical ward.
CLOSED: From 19–23 November, children and young people will be given the chance to find out more about how the hospital and our research labs run ‘behind the scenes’ as part of the national Takeover Challenge.
CLOSED: The theme for Advanced Treatments for Malformation and Tissue Damage (ATMTD) funding call will support projects starting on 1April 2019 for up to 24 months. Funding of up to £50K per project is available including staff costs (excluding PI time) and consumables.
Freddie and Arthur were diagnosed with cancer just months after each other. Doctors discovered Arthur had a brain tumour and three months later, Freddie was diagnosed with sarcoma, a soft tissue cancer.
During Paul O’Grady’s Little Heroes, we’re shining a spotlight on the wonderful staff across the hospital who help children get better and fulfil their potential. Professor Darren Hargrave looks after children with brain tumours – one of his patients, Arthur, featured in episode 5.