We’re really excited to be part of the Cambridge Science Festival again this year, which is now less than two months away! The festival programme is now online, browsable and downloadable, as are the listings. Check out our events page for more details on how we’re getting involved.
We’re delighted to share with you the winter issue of our Get involved newsletter with all the latest news from the BTRU. We have a very moving piece from one of our wonderful Patient and Public Research Panel members and the spotlight for this issue falls on Jenny Hasenfuss, our new Patient and Public Involvement […]
We’d like to extend a very warm welcome to Jenny Hasenfuss who has joined the BTRU as the new Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) Lead. Jenny will be continuing the fantastic work started by her predecessor Lynne Stobbart. Since the start of the unit we’ve provided many opportunities for patients and members of the […]
Monday 3rd to Sunday 9th September is Organ Donation Week which aims to raise awareness of the important need for families to talk about organ donation to help save even more lives through organ transplantation. To find out more or to sign up to the organ donor register visit www.organdonation.nhs.uk
As part of its I Am Research campaign this year, the NIHR is shining a light on seven research legends whose work has transformed our health service. Since this year also marks 70 years of the NHS, the seven individuals will each represent one decade of the health service. The contributions are being provided by […]