Premature baby Harry Murdoch was critically ill following his birth at just 25 weeks. As Harry’s second birthday approaches, his parents Stephanie and Lee explain why they wanted him to participate in clinical research

Sheep farmers are tough and think nothing of an 18-hour working day during lambing season. But, says Lewis, nothing was as tough as overcoming pancreatitis

Philanthropy and the generosity of the local population played vital roles in the creation of hospital care here in East Lancashire.

The rapid evolution of technology has had a significant impact on our daily lives affecting communication, education, business and even surgery.

Losing someone close to you is always distressing, sometimes traumatic, and can be devastating. And when that person passes away in hospital, compassionate care is what we should all expect.

Research shows people enjoy working for organisations with good employment practices. They can attract and retain better talent, as well as improving workforce productivity.

‘How does the application of digital technology benefit our frontline teams in the delivery of care?“ This is a very important question that is being answered by Mark Johnson, Associate Director of Performance and Informatics.