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Date: 25 August 2016

Time: 16:10

Image: Pride of Britain bus
The Pride of Britain Awards 2016 tour will be visiting QEHB On Monday 22 August
All staff, patients and visitors are invited aboard to nominate their unsung hero
19 August 2016
Image: Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham grounds
Join the Trust to help create a bug house with a difference
Not too long ago, in a hospital not too far away…
19 August 2016
Image (left to right): Judy Green, Margaret Wade, Glynis Woodhouse, Vicki Pritchard, Myska Shrimpton, Daphne Wilson, Jane King, Liz Singer, Judy Jones and Chris Bateman
Former nurses celebrate seventieth birthdays
A group of former QEH nurses met in Birmingham to celebrate their seventieth birthdays in July 2016.
19 August 2016
Umbrella - sexual health services for Birmingham and Solihull
New service for LGBT community in Birmingham
Rape and Sexual Violence Project (RSVP) and Birmingham LGBT have partnered with Umbrella to deliver a new LGBT advocacy service.
11 August 2016
Umbrella - sexual health services for Birmingham and Solihull
New clinic to support trans community
Birmingham LGBT has launched a new clinic dedicated to supporting the trans community in Birmingham and Solihull, supported by Umbrella sexual health services.
11 August 2016
Photo: Fiona Dakin
Bursary sees creation of end of life care role
Experienced nurse Fiona Dakin is adding her knowledge and expertise to end of life care thanks to UHB’s Helen Tees Bursary.
08 August 2016
Image: canal towpath
University Station towpath access works
University Station canal towpath closures due to improvement work by the Canal & River Trust and Birmingham City Council.
04 August 2016
Photo: nurse at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Five nurses wanted for launch of new region-wide service in West Midlands
An exciting opportunity currently exists for five nurses to help kick-start a groundbreaking new project which will be the largest of its kind in England.
03 August 2016
Image: guide dog
My Guide launch in Birmingham
Guide Dogs Birmingham to launch new life changing service for those with sight loss called My Guide at QEHB event.
28 July 2016
Photo: Paul Ferguson
Clinical lecturer wins award for leukaemia research
Dr Paul Ferguson has won a prestigious award for his research into stem cell transplantation for patients with acute myeloid leukaemia.
27 July 2016
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Stroke Research Awareness Day 2016
QEHB will host the second Birmingham and Black Country Stroke Research Awareness Day on 1 September 2016.
26 July 2016
Photo: Dr Tom Clutton-Brock
Accolade for leader in healthcare technology
A leading consultant and academic has been named one of the top 100 most influential drivers of the health technology revolution, globally.
25 July 2016
Image: bubbles in beer glass
New addiction service for young people
New service for young people with drug or alcohol addiction has opened in a Birmingham sexual health clinic.
20 July 2016
Image: person jogging on road
Diabetes patients benefit from exercise study
Diabetes patients are being recruited to a pioneering research study to help safely increase exercise levels.
20 July 2016
Image: Phil Begg and Richard Irving
Implantable middle ear microphone study
Researchers embark on the study of an implantable middle ear microphone after securing NIHR funding.
18 July 2016
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Researchers devise test to predict sepsis
Researchers create potentially life-saving test to predict which burn victims will develop sepsis.
18 July 2016
Deputy Chief Nurse Michele Owen with Infection Prevention Society torch
Shining a light on hand washing
Since May 5, an Olympic-style torch relay has been touring the UK to promote hand hygiene.
07 July 2016
Photo: Dame Julie Moore
Message for our EU staff from Dame Julie Moore, Chief Executive
A message of reassurance for UHB's EU staff members following the result of the EU referendum.
29 June 2016
Photo: Dame Julie Moore
Message for patients and visitors from Dame Julie Moore, Chief Executive
Message from UHB's Chief Executive, Dame Julie Moore, following the recent EU referendum.
27 June 2016
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