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Mia’s organ donation story: “I am so proud of her, and the lives she saved.”

Mia’s organ donation story: “I am so proud of her, and the lives she saved.”

30 September 2022

11-year-old Mia was a “happy, well-loved girl” who has saved the lives of many through organ donation after her death in 2017. Marie, Mia’s mum, described her as: “A wonderful girl who loved the outdoors, from going on her...

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Specialist Children’s Trust adds quality and safety experience to its Board of Directors

Specialist Children’s Trust adds quality and safety experience to its Board of Directors

28 September 2022

Following a robust formal process, the Council of Governors at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust has appointed Dr Rosalyn (Ros) Moore to the role of non-executive director for an initial term of three years. Non-executive directors (NEDs) play a...

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Sheffield Children’s has been listed as one of the World’s Best Specialised Hospitals 2023

Sheffield Children’s has been listed as one of the World’s Best Specialised Hospitals 2023

26 September 2022

Sheffield Children’s Hospital has been listed as one of the World’s Best Specialised Hospitals 2023 in a survey amongst medical professionals. The survey gave over 40,000 medical professionals the opportunity to list any hospital they wanted to recommend. The...

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The specialist nurse in organ donation, helping families through the most difficult times

The specialist nurse in organ donation, helping families through the most difficult times

26 September 2022

Meet Louise, she’s a Specialist Nurse in Organ Donation in Yorkshire. She is part of the team that can help save and improve the lives of people whilst supporting donor families. To help raise awareness about how organ donation...

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Meet Fran: “I’ve always liked to understand why the brain does what it does, and how our minds work.”

Meet Fran: “I’ve always liked to understand why the brain does what it does, and how our minds work.”

23 September 2022

Meet Fran!  Fran joined the Sheffield Children’s team back in July 2021 as an Assistant Psychologist after moving to Sheffield from down south. She’s part of our Paediatric Psychologist department which is made up of psychologists, psychiatrists, and family therapists.  ...

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Olivia’s prom day milestone after wearing scoliosis back brace for three years

Olivia’s prom day milestone after wearing scoliosis back brace for three years

21 September 2022

The day that 16-year-old Olivia had been determined to have a straight spine for finally arrived – her secondary school prom! Olivia, a competitive figure skater, dancer and gymnast, was diagnosed with scoliosis at age 13 after a dressmaker...

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Welcome to Yvonne, our new Chief Nurse!

Welcome to Yvonne, our new Chief Nurse!

21 September 2022

Welcome to our new Chief Nurse, Yvonne Millard MBE, who started working at Sheffield Children’s this week! As Chief Nurse, Yvonne will be responsible for nursing, allied health professionals (AHP), quality standards, patient engagement and involvement, legal and governance,...

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Do It For You Day is back for a 10th year!

Do It For You Day is back for a 10th year!

20 September 2022

Your invite to ‘Do It For You Day’ on Sunday 2 October. This year is the tenth year of Do It For You Day! The day is for children and young people who have received treatment for cancer or...

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Helipad – a public consultation

Helipad – a public consultation

19 September 2022

How we’re working together to build a better future Sheffield Children’s is always striving for a healthy future for children and young people, and we are always looking for ways to provide the best possible care for our patients...

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Books of Condolence at Sheffield Children’s

Books of Condolence at Sheffield Children’s

15 September 2022

There are a number of ways in which patients, families and colleagues at Sheffield Children’s can pay our respects to the Queen. We’ve opened Books of Condolence for those who wish to pay their respects to the Queen if...

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