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Kamran Hussain, Chief Executive Officer of Green Lane Mosque and Community Centre, left, presented the award to UHB’s Director of Capital Planning and Developments San Ting Gilmartin

Mosque gives Trust award for outstanding community work

A mosque has given University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust an award for all it has done for the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

University College Birmingham's "Placement of Excellence" award being presented to Ward 11 staff at Heartlands Hospital

Ward named "Placement of Excellence" for nursing students

Ward 11 at Heartlands Hospital has been named University College Birmingham's (UHB) "Placement of Excellence" for nursing students

A female nurse instructing one male and one female student as they look at a computer screen

Innovative learning opportunities for students at UHB

The School of Nursing, AHPs and Midwifery is leading the way for a change in clinical practice learning for student nurses, AHPs and midwives, as well as trainee nursing associates (TNAs), in the West Midlands.

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Events, November 2021

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  1. Annual Memorial Service

    Our virtual memorial service will remember our community, patients, relatives and colleagues who have died this year, and all who have been affected by COVID-19.

    14:30, 07/11/2021

  2. Armistice Day

    Staff and patients are invited to observe two minutes’ silence at 11:00 on Armistice Day to mark the end of conflict in the First World War.

    11:00, 11/11/2021

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