In this issue
Congratulations to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
World champion thanks ‘lifesaving’ study
Trust gives organ donation a lift
New app could reduce unnecessary treatment
Help for teens with pacemakers
Out-of-hours cancer helpline
King's Health Partners outcomes book published
Protecting your data
Cancer Survivors’ Day Celebration Walk
Good luck to our abseilers
Get support for your idea
Friends and Family Test – March
Health: Truth or Scare
A trip down memory lane
Secrets of kidney cancer unlocked
11 May – International Nurses' Day
15 May – free sleep disorders seminar
15 May – Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Week
21 May – have you used Guy’s pharmacy?
22 May – vote for your governor representatives
22 May – International Clinical Trials Day celebrations
New app could reduce unnecessary treatment

A new app that can help predict if a woman is going to give birth prematurely could reduce unnecessary treatment and hospital admissions.


The QUiPP app was developed by researchers from Guy’s and St Thomas’ and King's College London. It helps healthcare professionals identify and treat women who are more likely to give birth prematurely.


Jo Deery, who had seven miscarriages before being referred to St Thomas’ Hospital, had the QUiPP app used on her. She says: “My chance of going into preterm labour again was very, very small. I was able to go home and it gave me a brilliant peace of mind.”