We follow Birmingham as they develop their brand new website, designed to meet the needs of teenage patients, providing them with all the necessary and relevant information needed throughout all stages of treatment. To help with the redesign, a workshop is held, questioning the best possible format for the new website and finding a suitable style in which to display information.
Jeremy Whelan talks about the new study called BRIGHTLIGHT which is looking at cancer care received by young people aged 13-24 years at diagnosis. For more information on BRIGHLIGHT please visit their website here.
After Cherith’s brother Jonathan was diagnosed with Leukaemia over a year ago, life has been very different. As Cherith tells her story, she talks us through the range of emotions that come with finding out a sibling has been diagnosed […]
It’s a big day for Sam White and Peter Wilkinson as they head to Brussels to talk at the rare cancers event which is being held at the European Parliament. Sam and Peter highlight the issues they have experienced when […]
A look around behind the scenes during the making of YPU undressed, a film put together by past and present patients and staff of Birmingham Young Person’s Unit. Designed to give new patients awaiting treatment a better idea of what […]