Cambridge Children's Hospital
Every child recovers differently. By understanding their individual needs we can help young people like Max feel better quicker.
Breakthrough could stop young cancer survivors getting cancer
A new study has used in depth genetic sequencing to explore why some children develop secondary leukaemia after being treated for cancer.
Research : How do people overcome childhood trauma and adversity?
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How video games can improve mental health
At Cambridge Children’s, clinicians and researchers will work together on innovative ways to improve the mental and physical health of the local community and beyond.
Can we teach schools how to improve care for students who self harm? A 'campfire' discussion.
Self‐harm among young people is a major public health concern. But new research shows that even though schools are well placed to identify and intervene with students who self‐harm, some staff still lack training and confidence.
11-year-old beats 250 entrants to win design-a-logo competition!
It was the competition that sparked imaginations across the region - design a logo for Cambridge Children's Network to win an £800 gaming PC! Our judges had a tough time with so many brilliant designs to choose from. But we are now delighted to announce our winner.