Two University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust research colleagues are celebrating having recently won awards.Read " Trust research staff celebrate award win…"
The Charitable Funds Management Committee invites applications for small research grants to be made from University Hospitals Plymouth General Charity funds.Read " Charitable Research Fund (2019 competiti…"
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.Read " New technology to empower Parkinson’s pa…"
Work has begun on a new facility that will host some of the most advanced brain research technology in the South West Peninsula.Read " New cutting-edge facility to transform b…"
A new initiative, set to make an impact on patients through research, has been launched today by University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust in collaboration with the University of Plymouth.Read " Patient care is at heart of new Research…"
A midwife at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust has recruited the 1,000th patient into a national clinical trial looking at whether a text messaging service can help pregnant women to quit smoking.Read " Research Midwife recruits 1,000th patien…"
Six projects from University Hospitals Plymouth were entered into the Patient Experience Network National (PENN) awards, which celebrate the delivery of outstanding patient experience. We’re delighted to announce that all six entries have been shortlisted.
The winners will be announced at the PENN awards ceremony on Wednesday 20 March at the Repertory Theatre in Birmingham.
Read " University Hospitals Plymouth shortliste…"
The maternity care at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust continues to be highly rated by mothers, according to a national survey published today. In some areas, our Trust has been rated as one of the top performing nationally.Read " Maternity care continues to be highly ra…"
Beacon Medical Group is to become the first place in the South West to offer its patients the chance to take part in an innovative clinical trial investigating whether swallowing a special sponge can detect Barrett’s Oesophagus - a condition that can increase a person’s risk of developing oesophageal (food pipe) cancer.Read " Plymouth patients to be offered ‘sponge …"
A dementia screening app developed by two Plymouth psychologists has been named a winner at the world's largest healthcare awards programme, the HSJ Awards.Read " Dementia screening app wins national awa…"