Doctors from the country’s biggest heart and cancer hospital have been attending art therapy groups to combat stress and avoid burnout.
Latest news — articles for July 2017
Testing blood samples within the first two hours of injury could help predict which critically injured patients are more likely to develop multiple organ failure, according to an early study led by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) using research at The Royal London Hospital. The finding that there is a specific immune response to trauma shortly after injury could also help with the development of new therapies.
Members of the Unite union employed by private contractor Serco and working at Barts Health have voted in favour of industrial action.
Young patients are now celebrating the end of their cancer treatment at Whipps Cross University Hospital by ringing an ‘end of treatment’ bell.