To help protect our patients from the spread of Norovirus and to reduce the risk of bed closures as a result of this infection we are encouraging parents not to bring their children (under 12 years) to the hospital in March.
Robinson Way, the main ring road round the campus, will be reduced to a single lane along two stretches to allow for resurfacing.
Three Addenbrooke's nurses have had their posters accepted at next week's Florence Nightingale Foundation annual conference.
Dr David Baguley, head of audiology has been honoured as a Visiting Professor at the University of Toronto.
For the first time children will be given the power to make decisions in the running of a clinical research facility.
Channel 4’s The Food Hospital on Tuesday 15 November featured a 22-year-old dancer with Crohn’s disease.
The programme showed her following both a liquid diet and a LOFFLEX diet – low fat, limited fibre, exclusion – to help manage a flare up of her Crohn’s disease.
The LOFFLEX diet was developed and researched at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
In some cases, the Addenbrooke’s gastroenterology team recommends a liquid diet for treatment of active Crohn’s disease and a LOFFLEX diet for food reintroduction and help with maintenance of remission. Such dietary treatment should always be conducted under the supervision of a doctor and a dietitian.
If you would like further information about dietary treatment of Crohn’s disease, please talk to your local healthcare team or dietitian.
If you would like to be seen at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, you will need to get your GP to refer you to one of our IBD consultants, Dr Miles Parkes or Dr Stephen Middleton.
Visit the Food Hopsital website to watch the episode and more information.