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Dr Gopal Rao is pictured peering through a magnifying glass

Gopal catches the writing bug

Microbiologist Gopal Rao has caught the writing bug after penning a profile of a colleague who followed the same career path from serving in the Indian Army to working in the NHS.

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Pharmacists pose inside the new satellite pharmacy set up in maternity

Fast track pharmacy for mums

The pharmacy team at Northwick Park Hospital has helped mothers and their newborns get home quicker by setting up a ‘satellite’ pharmacy in the maternity unit.

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Sill image from TV series McMafia which is one of numerous images featured in a new exhibition at Ealing Hospital

Ealing’s Big Picture

Ealing Hospital has its share of drama but let’s film and TV shows take centre stage with a small exhibition in its upstairs Galleria.

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Dr Sushen Bhattacharyya says one of his favourite parts of the his job is chatting with elderly patients about their lives

A break from the past

Sushen Bhattacharyya enjoys a good conversation and is spoilt for for choice on Evelyn Ward where his elderly patients talk about events few of us have experienced from the Blitz to the Great North Sea Flood of 1953 which threatened to engulf parts of London.

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Image of infected liver cells

Liver patients warm to hot clinic

Liver specialists have dramatically reduced the amount of time patients spend in hospital by introducing a twice weekly ‘hot clinic’ speeding up discharges and minimising the risk of readmission.

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Poster of man promoting MyHealth London's news web pages on cardiovascular disease

Heart to heart advice

MyHealth London has launched a major campaign to help people with or at risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) live their lives to the full.

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A delegation from the Royal College of Surgeons at Central Middlesex Hospital

Royal visit by surgeons

The Trust welcomed a high-powered delegation from the Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSE) who visited LNWH Trust to see at first hand the surgical challenges facing teams on a day-to-day basis.

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Danuta Bukanska with audiology team at the moment they restore her hearing to right ear after being partially death since birth

Hospital helps nurse hear again

People with hearing loss are up to five times as likely to be affected by dementia in later years because of the increased likelihood of depression and social isolation.

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IBD nurse Kay Crook looks after young people

Kay’s four questions

Kay Crook’s relationship with her patients is unique and lasts from child to adulthood helping them manage the ups and downs of living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).

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