Cambridge Children's Hospital
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.
Building our hospital with the people who know best
It’s no good building a children’s hospital without talking to the ones who will use it. This is why the lived experience of patients and carers is vital.
Drawing on her experience as an inpatient at a specialist eating disorders unit near Cambridge, 23-year-old Sky has become a passionate advocate for Cambridge Children’s vision of integrated care – where a child’s mental and physical health are treated together.
Moving towards true integration of mental and physical healthcare
An update from Alex White, Cambridge Children's Project Director
Liam and Jo
As a teenager, Liam struggled with complex mental health challenges, spending many months at The Darwin Centre. He believes a children's hospital dedicated to treating mental and physical health as one will help reduce stigma for young people like him. Thank you Liam and mum, Jo, for telling your stories.
Cambridge Children’s Press Pack puts young creatives at the heart of our storytelling
Members of Cambridge Children's Press Pack meet the comms team for the first time.