We’ve turned #Red4Research today to show our support and thanks to everyone who makes research possible here at Sheffield Children’s!
#Red4Research day aims to get as many people as possible wearing red to demonstrate their support and appreciation for all those participating, undertaking and supporting research. It is an opportunity to showcase and celebrate the phenomenal work, learning legacy and innovative treatments that have arisen from research.
Stuart Gormley, Lead Nurse for Research and Innovation, said: “Research is a great opportunity to offer patients access to new treatments that will hopefully improve their lives as well as many others in the future.
“A huge thank you to all of our staff across Sheffield Children’s for their support in making research happen and more importantly thank you to the patients and their families for being a part of research every day. We’ve had over 1000 patients start their research journey this year with us and we couldn’t be more grateful.
Sue Gunton, Research Nurse, added: “Research is really important because it allows life changing treatments to be created which alter lives for the better.”
Discover how you can be part of shaping the future through research: https://www.sheffieldchildrens.nhs.uk/research/take-part-in-research/
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