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Major Incident Training Exercise at Sheffield Children’s Hospital

Major Incident Training Exercise at Sheffield Children’s Hospital

19 April 2024

Sheffield Children’s will be testing its Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response (EPRR) with a Major Incident Training Exercise taking place on Saturday 20 April . This multi-agency training allows us to test out our emergency procedures in a controlled...

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Gabriel’s Super Saturday at Sheffield Children’s

Gabriel’s Super Saturday at Sheffield Children’s

17 March 2024

“I think it was an amazing idea to put that in place for us!” Gabriel recently visited a special Super Saturday phlebotomy clinic with his mum, where he was given the time and space he needed to become comfortable...

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International Women’s Day 2024

International Women’s Day 2024

08 March 2024

International Women’s Day is all about celebrating the amazing women who make Sheffield Children’s a really special place to work! This year’s theme is inspire inclusion and we had a chat with four of our colleagues to hear their...

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Junior doctor strikes in February

Junior doctor strikes in February

20 February 2024

The British Medical Association (BMA) is continuing industrial action across the country for junior doctors for five days between 7am on Saturday 24 February and 11.59pm on Wednesday 28 February. As always we will be prioritising patient safety and...

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Let’s talk about The Lucy Project

Let’s talk about The Lucy Project

08 December 2023

The Lucy Project offers self-referral psychological interventions to support young people under 18 who are experiencing difficulties with low mood or anxiety in relation to their physical health while under the care of Sheffield Children’s. This service helps young...

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Evie’s story: Breaking down barriers, Boccia and Disability History Month

Evie’s story: Breaking down barriers, Boccia and Disability History Month

05 December 2023

“We break down barriers – and if they can’t be broken down, we find another way!” These are Evie’s words, who’s been cared for at Sheffield Children’s and recently joined our Youth Forum. She wrote a piece about her...

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Prof Marta Cohen elected VP of The Royal College of Pathology

Prof Marta Cohen elected VP of The Royal College of Pathology

30 November 2023

Congratulations to Professor Marta Cohen OBE, who has been elected as a Vice President (VP) of The Royal College of Pathology (RCPath). Back in 2018, Marta became the first female professor in the RCPath and she’s now broken new...

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Stay alert to the risk of measles

Stay alert to the risk of measles

17 November 2023

Clinicians at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust are warning parents and carers to be vigilant for symptoms of measles and to make sure their children are vaccinated against the infection. Health services across the country are starting to see...

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New Chair appointed

New Chair appointed

16 November 2023

We’ve appointed Professor Laura Serrant OBE as the new Chair of Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust. A nurse by profession and with strong links to Sheffield, Professor Laura is currently Regional Head of Nursing for the North East and...

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Meet Nazia Hussain – Saluting our Sister as part of Black History Month

Meet Nazia Hussain – Saluting our Sister as part of Black History Month

26 October 2023

  Meet Nazia Hussain, Speech and Language Therapy Assistant at Sheffield Children’s. Here she shares her thoughts on role models, what drew her to her role, challenges and tips for NHS leaders. What first drew you to a role...

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Meet Dr Yinka: Saluting our Sisters for Black History Month

Meet Dr Yinka: Saluting our Sisters for Black History Month

24 October 2023

Meet Dr Olayinka Monisola Fadahunsi-Oluwole (Yinka), Specialty Doctor in Community Paediatrics! We spoke to Yinka about who inspired her as a child, what attracted her to becoming a doctor and advice for others starting their careers.   How did...

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School Age Immunisation Service go back to school for flu vaccinations

School Age Immunisation Service go back to school for flu vaccinations

06 September 2023

As children all across the country head back to school, Sheffield Children’s School Age Immunisation Service (SAIS) are getting ready to do the same. During the first school term, the SAIS will visit every school in the Sheffield region...

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