Coronavirus & asthma

Coronavirus & asthma

If your child has asthma & starts to develop symptoms of coronavirus you may need to increase the amount of relief medication (blue inhaler) and preventer medication (usually inhaled steroids) whilst you arrange a medical review with your GP or paediatrician. You should have instructions of what to do with emergency medication in your treatment […]

An Outstanding Service!

An Outstanding Service!

The Children’s e-Hospital has been rated “Outstanding” by The Care Quality Commission. Our service has experienced significant expansion over the past 12 months with new members of the team and new services being offered. The inspection and rating of “Outstanding” from the Care Quality Commission shows that the service we run is Safe, Effective, Caring, […]

The Children’s e-Hospital wins first award

The Children’s e-Hospital wins first award

The children’s e-hospital is pleased to announce that it has received it’s first succesful grant award from Innovate UK. As well as giving us the financial support to develop our services it gives us the endorsement we need to continue to provide more efficient and effective ways of communicating with parents and patients. This award […]

No association between MMR vaccine & Autism

No association between MMR vaccine & Autism

A study published in the journal of the American medical association has looked at whether or not there is an association between childhood vaccination with the measles, mumps & rubella vaccine (MMR) and childhood autism. Beliefs that MMR vaccination may cause autism have led to a decrease in its uptake particulalrly following the research published […]