In this issue
Trust tops research league table
Celebrating the Windrush legacy
Staff show their Pride
Royal Patron meets Evelina London patients
Cancer survivors strike a pose
Tom Hanks surprises Evelina London patients
Two minutes with…our Maternity Assessment Unit
MPs learn about services
Angina test reduces hospital visits
Guess the baby face
Find out about our performance
Patients rate 'very good' care
Friends and Family Test – May
Video prize for researcher
Nurses scoop award
Funding boost for researchers
Groundbreaking trial shows promising results
Pioneering ‘wand’ used in kidney op
Home in time for Father's Day
16 July – free autism in children seminar
17 July – singing for breathing group
17 July – sounds of Brazil
24 July – help shape local healthcare
12 September – Annual Public Meeting
Angina test reduces hospital visits

A 40-minute test for angina could help patients avoid an overnight stay in hospital, according to our research.


An international trial by Guy’s and St Thomas’ Biomedical Research Centre found MRI scans could guide treatment decisions for angina patients. In many cases, this meant patients didn’t need a more invasive procedure, involving multiple hospital visits and an overnight stay.


Professor Eike Nagel, a consultant cardiologist who led the research, says: “Personalising patients’ treatment for angina will mean that we can target the more invasive treatments only to those patients that really need them.”