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Sheffield Children’s hospital wards welcome new digital ways of working

Sheffield Children’s hospital wards welcome new digital ways of working

30 June 2021

Sheffield Children’s hospital is beginning to roll out new digital ways of working to help improve communication between clinicians. Staff across hospital wards will be using smartphones or tablets to access new digital systems which will help access patient’s...

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Sheffield Children’s biomedical scientist tells her story from Myanmar to the steel city

Sheffield Children’s biomedical scientist tells her story from Myanmar to the steel city

25 June 2021

In 1995, Hser Kue’s parents were fleeing from a long lasting and still continuing civil war in Myanmar. 26 years later, after moving countries, learning a new language and adjusting to a different lifestyle, Hser Kue is now a...

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Nominate your Children’s star

Nominate your Children’s star

23 June 2021

Sheffield Children’s patients and their families who have received treatment during 2020 are being encouraged to make a nomination for the Children’s Star Award 2021. The Children’s Star Award is a publicly nominated award which is received by one team and...

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Community nurse awarded British Empire Medal for outstanding work

Community nurse awarded British Empire Medal for outstanding work

11 June 2021

Nurse Adele Hague, team leader for Sheffield Children’s 0-19 team, has been awarded a British Empire Medal (BEM) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her dedicated work in the community and for her work setting up a testing service...

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Olly’s story: My journey with juvenile idiopathic arthritis

Olly’s story: My journey with juvenile idiopathic arthritis

11 June 2021

Say hello to Olly – or should that be Batman, or Iron Man? – every day is different! Whoever he is dressed up as, five-year-old Olly is always cheeky, full of energy and loves to climb, ride his bike...

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Congratulations to our International Nurses Day DAISY winner, Cynthia Checkley

Congratulations to our International Nurses Day DAISY winner, Cynthia Checkley

04 June 2021

As part of International Nurses Day, a special DAISY award winner was announced. Cynthia Checkley, a Deputy Clinical Nurse Manager/Learning Environment Manager (LEM) on Sapphire Lodge at Becton, was nominated as a “well loved and respected colleague and a fantastic role...

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Yorkshire’s dedicated transport service for critically ill children receives global accreditation

Yorkshire’s dedicated transport service for critically ill children receives global accreditation

01 June 2021

Yorkshire’s very own intensive care transport service for critically ill infants and children has again received global recognition for its dedication to quality patient care and safety. The Embrace Yorkshire & Humber Infant & Children’s Transport Service, part of...

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Congratulations to our third DAISY award winner

Congratulations to our third DAISY award winner

01 June 2021

“Sally is a truly exceptional nurse, one of a kind.” Sally Carney, Endocrine Clinical Nurse Specialist, is our latest DAISY award winner. She was nominated by a colleague for being “a fabulous communicator, very caring and families all love...

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July 2021: To protect our patients we are restricting visitors to one person per patient at Sheffield Children’s at all sites. Please help us to keep everyone safe.See more NHS guidance about COVID-19
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