National Stress Awareness Day
On the 6th of November 2021, we will raise awareness for stress, the management of stress and the effects it has on individuals.
World-first ‘amazing’ initiative contributes to a 44% reduction in Brighton & Hove residents diagnosed with HIV
‘HIV testing in the community’ was established by UHSussex Sexual Health consultants in partnership with The Martin Fisher Foundation.
Trust critical care doctor finalist for Doctor of the Year national award
Intensive care doctor, Sammy Batt-Rawden, has been recognised for her work advocating for those inside the NHS and championing their wellbeing.
A new Urgent Treatment Centre: Improving and expanding A&E at the Royal Sussex County Hospital
From Monday 20th September, work will start on a new Urgent Treatment Centre in front of A&E at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton.
Luke swaps Brighton hospital for Birmingham Airport to help Afghan refugees
Usually, when Dr Luke Tester has a couple of days free from the shifts and stresses of A&E at the Royal Sussex County Hospital you will find him out and about with friends, maybe practising the piano, or, more recently, finishing his Post Graduation Certificate in Medical Education.
Ground breaking AI software a life saver for stroke patients
Cutting edge software that uses artificial intelligence technology to assess the severity of a stroke is now being used across Sussex to improve the way people who have suffered strokes are diagnosed and treated.