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Team recognised for clinical research contribution

10th October 2016

Team recognised for clinical research contribution

South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust’s (SWFT) Critical Care Research team was thrilled to be presented with the ‘Emerging New Team 2016’ award by the Clinical Research Network (CRN). The CRN is part of the NHS’ clinical research arm known as the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).

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30th September 2016

Prevention is key says new report on the health and wellbeing of Warwickshire residents

The importance of preventing people getting ill is a key theme in the latest Annual Report from Public Health Warwickshire.

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Final brick in place for new hospital

30th September 2016

Final brick in place for new hospital

Local Trust celebrates the final brick being laid at the new Stratford Hospital. The new hospital development in the heart of Stratford is due to open in spring 2017 and will offer more NHS services to the local community of Stratford and surrounding areas.

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16th September 2016

Event to find out about Stratford Hospital’s new Health and Wellbeing Hub

South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT) Members and local residents are invited to an event giving them the opportunity to find out more about a Health and Wellbeing Hub being developed in Stratford upon Avon.

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Teenager skydives to raise money for Aylesford Unit at Warwick Hospital

16th September 2016

Teenager skydives to raise money for Aylesford Unit at Warwick Hospital

A 16-year old has taken it upon herself to do a tandem skydive to raise money for the Aylesford Cancer Unit at Warwick Hospital.

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Staff lead by example in 30 day fitness challenge

1st August 2016

Staff lead by example in 30 day fitness challenge

South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust are promoting Work Out at Work and have developed a 30-day fitness challenge which staff from a range of disciplines will be taking part in to improve their own health and wellbeing.

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