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Keith Jarrett is a writer, educator and international poetry slam champion. He was selected for the International Literary Showcase as one of the 10 most outstanding LGBTQ+ writers in the UK. Since 2020, Keith has been working as our Poet in Residence…
Rebecca Biggs is Clinical Lead for Children’s Therapies at St Mary’s Hospital. The multidisciplinary children’s therapies team consists of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and play specialists who each play a…
As soon as lockdown hit in March 2020, our volunteering team had to be one step ahead. With the help of over 300 Crisis Response Volunteers, we supported Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust staff during one of the biggest crises the NHS has ever seen.…
Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, we've seen creativity used in a number of ways: as a tool for wellbeing, a much needed break from the realities of the day, and often as a means of expressing gratitude for the work of the NHS. Established artists and…
Over the last 10 months, our arts engagement activities have changed beyond recognition. Switching from a programme with over 20 live-in-person projects to suspending all visits on-site was a huge transition. Hear from our Arts Engagement Manager Kate…
Joselyn King, Chair of the Multidisciplinary BAME Network at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, explains how charity funding is being used to train a team of staff ambassadors to tackle key issues affecting BAME colleagues.
14 October 2020
As Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020 ends, we share the story of Carly and Roo Hodgson whose baby girl Poppy died this same week in 2017.

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