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“It was my dream to work at Queen Square”

It felt like a homecoming when I returned to The National Hospital last year, and began a shift as a newly-qualified nurse. I’d imagined this moment for a few years – and it all started when I was lying in a bed in the very same hospital recovering after brain surgery in 2010.

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Posted on March 14, 2016 8:50 am
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Shining a spotlight on rare diseases

Today is Rare Disease Day and to mark it, we’re officially launching Rare Dementia Support – a fund that is the result of a merger of two existing funds – the FTD Support Group Fund and the Myrtle Ellis Fund. The Myrtle Ellis fund has been around for nine years and here, one of the sisters behind setting it up, Susie Shaw – tells us how it all came about the creation of the new fund.

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Posted on February 29, 2016 2:56 pm
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“I get extremely passionate about my job!”

I started working for The National Brain Appeal as a fundraising coordinator at a busy time for the charity in November 2015, when Christmas was in full swing.
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Posted on January 28, 2016 4:50 pm
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“A warm welcome to 2016”

Another year whizzes to a close and as usual, it was an ‘event’ful’ one. More people than ever took part in challenges, donning pyjamas, Santa suits or running gear in the name of The National Brain Appeal, raising amazing amounts to fund future developments in neurology and neurosurgery.

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Posted on December 31, 2015 10:18 am
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“Painting cheered my brain up”

Carolyn Nicholls learned about The National Brain Appeal after being treated at The National Hospital for a cavernoma. She contributed to our art exhibition, A Letter In Mind, after turning to painting after her illness.

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Posted on December 15, 2015 12:33 pm
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