Latest News — articles for April 2019

Employment opportunities for Learning Disabled people

An award winning project that supports young adults with Learning Disabilities to find and keep paid employment is seeking interns for its next course starting in September.

Project SEARCH is a partnership between University Hospital Plymouth NHS Trust, Pluss, Serco and City College Plymouth who create employment opportunities for young adults with Learning Disabilities.

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New technology to empower Parkinson’s patients

People with Parkinson’s could see their care transformed thanks to a new service involving wearable technology.

The project, entitled Developing Home-based Parkinson's Care and led by University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust and the University of Plymouth, will see patients use a wrist-worn device known as a Personal Kinetigraph (PKG®) as part of a new scheme to help them and a specialist team monitor their condition at home.

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Patients score University Hospitals Plymouth as the best transplanting renal unit in the UK


The annual Patient Reported Experience Measure (PREM) asks renal patients from units all over the UK to rate the service they receive across wide ranging aspects of their care.

In the latest report, 13,700 patients were surveyed across 71 adult renal centres from across the UK. The Trust’s renal department placed second in England, and was voted the best transplanting renal unit in the whole country for ‘overall patient experience’.

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