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New training programme aims to boost number of registered nurses11 February 2021
The ‘Internationally Trained Nurse Programme’ at Royal Papworth Hospital will enable overseas nurses to become registered nurses in the UK
Royal Papworth Hospital recruits 100th patient to RECOVERY Trial3 February 2021
Almost 40% of all eligible patients at Royal Papworth have been recruited to the COVID-19 study, against a national baseline target of 10%.
Royal Papworth Hospital’s founder commemorated 80 years on30 January 2021
Sir Pendrill Varrier-Jones (1883-1941) founded the tuberculosis colony that would eventually become Royal Papworth Hospital.
Two months after giving birth in hospital with COVID-19, nurse returns home to meet daughter for first time27 January 2021
Eva, 30, was 34 weeks pregnant when she was rushed into hospital with coronavirus. After 76 days she has now been discharged home to meet her daughter for the first time.
Cystic fibrosis patient recovering well from coronavirus after ‘scariest’ moment of her life12 January 2021
Erica recently contracted coronavirus and became critically unwell, but has fought back thanks to ‘support, love and care’.