RFC Presents: What Matters to You?

One of the UK’s leading proponents of a global patient engagement movement has been named as the guest speaker in the next broadcast of the Royal Free Charity’s series of virtual talks. Senior improvement advisor Karen Turner has spearheaded the adoption of What Matters To […]

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Cat’s climb for cancer

Cat is a senior sister in the oncology department at the Royal Free Hospital. Over the last year she has seen first hand the resilience of both staff and the patients visiting every day. “With these moments still vivid in my mind, I feel compelled […]

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Open letter to volunteers

None of us could have predicted, even a year ago, that we would now be approaching Volunteers’ Week under COVID-19 restrictions for a second year in a row.  This reality brings with it mixed emotions for us all.  We know that for many of you […]

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Immunity experts to move into ground-breaking facility

Scientists are preparing to move into an ultra-modern research facility which will allow them to work more closely with clinicians to develop treatments and cures for some of the most devastating diseases of the immune system. The £60m Pears Building, which was today handed over […]

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Royal Opera House broadcast on Royal Free Radio

The Royal Opera Chorus has partnered with Royal Free Radio to produce a special broadcast in honour of NHS employees and volunteers. The hour of specially-recorded highlights from the Royal Opera Chorus’s repertory explores and celebrates the whole spectrum of human emotion. The broadcast includes […]

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Cycling to say thank you

We’d like to congratulate and give thanks to Gary Colet, who has completed a second fundraiser in aid of the Royal Free Charity. Together with friend Jeff Ward, from Mill Hill in north west London, he cycled 52.4 miles – the distance of the London […]

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Volunteering role leads to dream job

One time volunteer, Beata Mocko, explains how giving her time at the hospital gained her the skills, confidence and support she needed to land her new role as hostess at Barnet Hospital (BH). When Beata started volunteering at BH in December 2019, she was looking […]

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Live virtual event – HIV then and now

Please join us for our next virtual event from RFC Presents, ‘HIV then and now’, a talk by Professor Margaret Johnson who was a consultant on the acclaimed Channel 4 series It’s A Sin. Millions of people tuned into It’s a Sin, about how the […]

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