World AIDS Day is an opportunity to remember those we have lost, celebrate our successes and focus our minds on what still need to be done to end the global epidemic by 2030, writes Barts Health sexual health consultant Dr Rageshri Dhairyawan.
#TeamBartsHealth blogs — articles for 2020
Andy Hamer is a pre-operative nurse at Whipps Cross Hospital. But a few weeks ago, he was on the other side of things when he had knee replacement surgery at the Gateway Surgical Centre at Newham Hospital.
Michael Magbagbeola, newly appointed Director of People at Newham Hospital, reflects on Black History Month, his experience working in the NHS to date and why we must consistently strive for inclusivity.
I started my journey in the NHS when I began my nurse training in 1990.
From the very beginning of my career in nursing I have been able to grow professionally in the NHS through the number of opportunities available.
Peadiatric doctor, Nadia Audhali, talks about Clean Air Day (8th October) and what activities our team at Whipps Cross got up to to mark the day.
To mark Stoptober, Dr Terry O’Shaughnessy, Consultant in Respiratory Care at Newham Hospital, blogs about why smokers should quit and offers his top five tips to quit successfully.
“It’s my dream job” - 60 seconds with Kady, paediatric oncology nurse to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September.
Tosh Denholm is a Senior Sister who has worked at Barts Health for 35 years. She kindly offered to share some insights into her amazing career at the trust and her fondest memories.
Sarah Barron is a Radiographer, who has worked at Barts Health for 11 years. She wanted to share her story about what makes Barts Health so special and why she thinks everyone should work there.