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CUH fights flu

Cambridge University Hospitals has hit the target of vaccinating 75% of frontline staff, which is worth just under £700,000 to the Trust.

5,000 babies born at the Rosie Birth Centre… and counting!

Families and Rosie staff came together to celebrate an important milestone for the Rosie Birth Centre – 5,000 babies being born at the centre since it opened in September 2012.

‘Care second to none’ says mum of children’s author and former patient

A children’s author who was successfully treated at CUH 20 years ago following a head injury has returned to Addenbrooke’s to launch her new book which is raising funds for the Trust’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

Patch party to help children's eye development a great success

A fun-filled ‘patch party’ for kids who have eye development problems has been a great success.

Addenbrooke's 250th Anniversary Open Day a huge success

Addenbrooke’s Open Day was a great success with more than 5000 people flocking to the Hills Road site to learn more about the work of their local hospital.

Quiz winners demonstrate antibiotic awareness

Medical director Dr Jag Ahluwalia and Dr Sue Robinson, deputy medical director, last week took time out of their busy schedules to present the prizes to the winners of the quiz which marked European Antibiotic Awareness Day (EAAD).

Health and well-being to be at the heart of Northstowe

A partnership between CUH, the Homes and Community Agency and South Cambridgeshire District Council is one of only 10 winners announced today in an innovation programme putting health at the heart of new neighbourhoods and towns.

Cambridge partnership boosts access to genetic testing

CUH Addenbrooke’s and Cambridge start-up GeneAdviser have developed a new online service which makes the ordering of genetic tests quicker and easier.

Dr Fahim Anwar, clinical lecturer in neurosurgery at CUH with Alexis Joannides and brain injury patient Lewis Richardson

Patients with brain injuries benefit from software developed by CUH consultants

An online tool developed by a CUH neurosurgeon is improving rehabilitation for people with brain injuries.

Lecture: shining a light on the newborn brain

Brain injury in the baby is a real problem facing neonatal doctors and can result in life-long disability. Tonight Dr Austin talks about new ways to diagnose and treat these vulnerable patients.

CUH consultant awarded 'Nobel Prize of neurosurgery'

Professor Peter Hutchinson has been awarded the Herbert Olivecrona award, known as the 'Nobel Prize of neurosurgery'

Addenbrooke's 1766-2016: celebrating our past and caring for your future

An event held on Thursday 7 January kicked off the anniversary year marking 250 years since Addenbrooke's was founded.

CUH consultant urges men of 65 and over to have a potentially life-saving scan

A quarter of men across Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and West Suffolk are not taking up the opportunity to have a simple and quick scan which could save their life.

New Year's Day babies at the Rosie

Saira Jaman was the first Cambridge baby of 2016. She "came out crying, calling, looking" at 1.05am, according to her dad Shahidu.

Antibiotic resistance - fighting the superbugs

Dr Nick Brown, consultant medical microbiologist at Addenbrooke's hospital, spoke to The Naked Scientists about the rise of antibiotic resistance, and his interview was broadcast on local BBC and BBC Radio 5 Live this week.

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