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One Mile per person per day for Radiotherapy
In the UK 112 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer daily. This may be a cancer statistic but to Tim Cave this figure symbolises the reason for his 336 mile bike ride.
AS information day to be held at NNUH
A series of talks are being held as part of an information day is being held at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) on 22nd June to raise awareness of a painful inflammatory disease, ankylosing spondylitis (AS), also known as axial SpA.
Job opportunities to be showcased at the Careers Fair at NNUH Open Day
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) will be holding a careers fair showcasing nursing and other healthcare service roles, as part of its Open Day and Fete from 11am to 4pm on Saturday 29th June.
Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Postgraduate
The objective of the course is to understand the concept and principles of primary and secondary assessment; how to establish priorities (triage); how to initiate primary and secondary management; demonstrate the skills necessary to assess and manage critically ill patients.
Modern Day Periodontics for GDPs Dental
This one day course is given by Dr Peter Galgut, a practicing Periodontist in North West London and is a world renowned lecturer. The aim of this lecture is to give a better understanding of periodontal diseases with practical advice on effective monitoring & management of periodontal diseases in clinical practice.
ENT & EYES STUDY DAY Postgraduate
A study day for GPs, Primary Care Practitioners, Hospital Medical and Nursing Staff and Allied Health Professionals
Open Day & Fete Open Day
This years Open Day and Fete has a healthy eating, lifestyle and sporting focus whilst also raising funds for our Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal.