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A support service for nurses to develop in their career

We funded a sideways transfer scheme and careers clinic for nurses at UCLH which has helped 251 nurses transfer across the organisation to develop in their career.

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The self-management resources have already been developed for other acute and long-term conditions

Helping people with neuromuscular diseases to manage their condition

We are funding Bridges self-management resources for people with neuromuscular disorders and this will help them to live well with their condition by setting goals and learning from others.

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Pat Timoney (right of the mayor) and members of the 23-mile running club which raised money for the support group

A Tribute to UCLH Patient Ambassador, Pat Timoney

(1st April 1950 – 14 February 2018)

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Image shows an outpatient during physiotherapy session. The complex pain team means that this level of individualised pain management is accessible for inpatients

A complex team for complex pain

Read about how the multidisciplinary pain service at UCLH is improving lives for patients who are living in chronic and persistent pain.

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Wishing our Inca-redible supporters the very best of luck

Read about the fantastic staff at UCLH who are hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu to raise funds for our new cancer and surgery centre on Grafton Way.

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The specialist chair reduces chances of pressure ulcers, improves respiratory function and posture

UCLH Charity funds specialised wheelchair equipment for patients with complex needs

The wheelchairs are helping patients with various different abilities – from those who need support to sit upright to those who need 24 hour posture management.

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A drawing of what the waiting area will look like

Tired waiting area will become relaxing refuge for patients

A grant from UCLH Charity will fund the refurbishment of the surgical admissions unit and this could improve the patient experience for patients approaching surgery.

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Joe Palmer (front left) took part in an event that celebrated the dental services and developments at UCLH

We are supporting World Oral Health Day

UCLH Charity is taking part in World Oral Health Day (20th March). Here's how you can show support.

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