Liverpool Centre for Cardiovascular Science launch
Liverpool Health Partners has teamed up with the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital and Liverpool John Moores University to create the Liverpool Centre for Cardiovascular Science (LCCS).
The Liverpool City Region has some of the poorest heart health in the country, with the highest levels of cardiovascular disease and stroke, as well as associated health inequalities. The new centre aims to address this unenviable record through the development and application of collaborative researc...
Published: 16th October 2018Read more
New appointment at LHP
Liverpool Health Partners’ new Chief Executive Officer is looking forward to building on LHP’s recent successes.
Dr Dawn Lawson,who has a PhD in health psychology and a Masters in Public Administration, has a wealth of experience working in research and innovation across academia and the NHS.
“I believe strongly in the importance of clinical evidence and research in improving healthcare and wellbeing; we can make such a difference by working partnership across ...
Published: 12th October 2018Read more
LHP shortlisted for HSJ award
Liverpool Health Partnership is proud to announce it has been shortlisted for an HSJ award in the Improving Outcomes Through Learning and Development category.
The largest awards in the healthcare sector and setting the standard for healthcare excellence, receiving a nomination for an HSJ award is a reflection of the brilliant work taking place.
Our incredible North West Coast Genomics Education Group embarked on a mission three years ago, seeking to get patients involved in a 100,000 Ge...
Published: 13th September 2018Read more
Alder Hey Specialist orthopaedic surgeon wins prestigious award
Consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool Alf Bass has been named top doctor at the WellChild Awards.
The glittering awards ceremony held in London in association with GSK orthopaedic by charity patron The Duke of Sussex Prince Harry and The Duchess of Sussex Megan Markle.
Mr Bass said: “It was an incredible honour to be named winner of the doctor award by WellChild.
“Treating children is incredibly rewarding because you est...
Published: 5th September 2018Read more
3D printed pills to tailor medication
3D-printed tablets for consumption by children may have the potential to enable healthcare professionals to specifically tailor medication for young people, improving patient outcomes and reducing wastage.
A new joint research trial by Alder Hey and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is using 3D printed placebo tablets to test ‘swallowability’ and acceptance in children between four and twelve years of age.
The current system of administering medicines to children and you...
Published: 1st August 2018Read more