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Childhood arthritis: a joint project

Professor Lucy Wedderburn leads the Childhood Arthritis Response to Medication Study (CHARMS), which has been supported by GOSH Charity and Sparks.

The study, which has brought together teams and findings from across the UK and around the world, hopes to gain a better understanding of the causes of arthritis in children, and how best to treat those affected.

The Disney Reef, Great Ormond Street Hospital’s first children’s outdoor space, opens to patients

The Disney Reef, a colourful, underwater-themed outdoor play area has been unveiled at Great Ormond Street Hospital today.  GOSH Charity Children’s Champion and mum Tess Daly joined patients and their families as the new area was revealed for the first time. Joining her was four-year-old patient Elliott Livingstone, who received a heart transplant at GOSH in 2016.

What's it like being a play worker for GOSH’s Feeding Disorders team?

Karen Taylor is a play worker for GOSH’s Feeding Disorders team, which is part of the National Feeding and Eating Disorders Service (FEDS) and sits within the Department of Child and Adolescent Mental Health.