With a grant of £850,000, we are continuing our commitment to supporting Barts Health NHS staff by funding a new staff recognition programme
5 festive fundraising ideas for December!
Somali-speaking Community Engagement Officer at Barts Health helps improve Somali women's access to and experience of healthcare services - leading to plans to expand the service.
Our first ever Hike for Health event took place earlier this month and proved great success with many supporters taking part.
A study led by Queen Mary University of London has, for the first time, identified cells that drive the spread of pancreatic cancer. A weakness in these cells could be targeted using existing drugs.
Research funded by Barts Charity and led by Queen Mary, suggests that people may experience long-term health impacts following acute respiratory infections including cold, influenza and pneumonia that are not due to Covid-19, and that may be going unrecognised.
A programme run by Barts Health cardiac staff to check the heart health of their colleagues has been nominated for two national NHS staff wellbeing awards
The Precision Medicine Platform will bring patient data from across Barts Health NHS Trust, into one accessible resource to improve research and allow doctors to identify treatments according to individual circumstances.
Last year we awarded our highest ever amount of funding in a single year to support research and healthcare for the community of East London.
Hospital staff, dementia, cancer, gynaecological patients and more set to benefit from our new Everyday Impact funding scheme.