Celebrating normal birth at St George’s
News & events | 5 Jun 2015 | Tags: Birth Centre funding HESL KBN Keep Birth Normal Maternity training
Last month St George’s held its first evening reception to celebrate our ‘Keep birth normal’ (KBN) projects supported by Health Education South London (HESL). The reception organised by consultant midwives Chantelle Winstanley and Lucia Rocca was attended by all of the midwives who were involved in KBN projects, obstetricians, general …
St George’s and Mitie are helping young people into work
News & events | 12 May 2015 | Tags: disability employment learning disabilities Mitie Project SEARCH training
St George’s and Mitie, our facilities management company, are working together to help young people with learning difficulties gain vital employment skills. Mitie’s healthcare cleaning team has been supporting three young people through Project SEARCH, an international training programme aimed at guiding young people who have learning difficulties and/or disabilities …
St George’s trains the Sky1 TV stars at a ‘Critical’ bootcamp
News & events | 3 Mar 2015 | Tags: Critical drama education filming major trauma centre Sky 1 training
Sky 1’s ‘Critical’ contacted St George’s for guidance on medical accuracy. Dr Heather Jarman, Consultant Nurse in Emergency Care at St George’s offered to provide training for the 23-strong cast and crew.
£18m boost to tackle major health challenges in South London
News & events | 9 Aug 2013 | Tags: CLAHRC funding NHR South London training
Health researchers in south London have been given £18 million to help tackle some of the area’s most pressing health problems.
Project SEARCH students experience St George’s work placements
News & events | 8 Apr 2013 | Tags: HAFAD Merton Council SEARCH training work placement
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Hammersmith and Fulham Action on Disability (HAFAD) have teamed up to give students with learning disabilities of Cricket Green School in Mitcham the chance to gain valuable work experience.
Simulation brings trauma training to life
News & events | 21 Sep 2010 | Tags: simulation training trauma trauma training
Trauma staff at St George’s Hospital, London, are benefiting from a new state-of-the-art simulation manikin, SimMan 3G, designed to teach and test staff working with severely injured patients. The £60,000 manikin, funded through a bid to NHS London, is completely wireless and self contained making it is easy to transport …
Specialist life support training helps save lives at St George’s
News & events | 12 Dec 2008 | Tags: ILS specialist training
2500 St George’s nurses have now completed specialist training which is helping to save the lives of patients seriously ill patients in hospital. The immediate life support (ILS) training which includes an early warning system, teaches staff to recognise and prevent patients suffering cardiac arrests. Paula McLean, Resuscitation Service Manager …