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Sharing the love for our neurosciences ward

Sharing the love for our neurosciences ward

14 February 2019

To celebrate Valentine’s day, we’re sending love to patients and staff on Ward 5 at Sheffield Children’s. This unit specialises in neurological conditions, neurosurgery and conditions affecting the brain and nervous system. Just 15 days ago 13 year-old Callum was...

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Parents get to see daughter smile again after 18 months of sleep struggles

Parents get to see daughter smile again after 18 months of sleep struggles

12 February 2019

14 year-old Stephanie Wealthall received treatment at Sheffield Children’s after more than a year of getting just three to four hours sleep each night. With thanks to a specialist sleep nurse from Sheffield Children’s Sleep Team, and the perseverance...

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International experts in healthcare technology come together at Sheffield Children’s Hospital

International experts in healthcare technology come together at Sheffield Children’s Hospital

08 February 2019

Academic teams from the UK and Netherlands will be showcasing their work in robotics for paediatric and child health at Sheffield Children’s Hospital this month. The National Institute for Health (NIHR) Research Children and Young People MedTech Co-Operative have...

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Sheffield Children’s talks mental health

Sheffield Children’s talks mental health

07 February 2019

Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust is encouraging staff to get talking about mental health as part of the nationwide Time to Talk Day (February 7). Across the organisation staff were invited to take part in events about the importance...

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Life lesson from Teddy – be happy!

Life lesson from Teddy – be happy!

31 January 2019

The happiest chap, 14 month-old Teddy David Jacomb-Ryan from Scunthorpe, is brightening the wards here at Sheffield Children’s. Teddy was born with ten fingers and toes but with a little difference – two of his fingers hadn’t separated. He...

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Brittle bones child from Belfast “like one of the X-Men”

Brittle bones child from Belfast “like one of the X-Men”

25 January 2019

A six-year-old with brittle bones travels 1,300 miles from Belfast every year for life-saving treatment. Eva, who has osteogenesis imperfecta type three, travels to Sheffield Children’s Hospital to be treated. When she was little, even sneezing could cause her...

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Sharing the love for our neurosciences ward! Read more about Callum's story here: https://t.co/zlTsnkCVFM https://t.co/wG2fBIcnAq

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