Looking for something?

Find it in our extensive resource library!

Smart Filters

  • Reset
  • Services

  • Who it's for

  • What it’s about

  • Format

Show
Results
Sort results by

Resource Type: Article

We have set up a text messaging service for our patients who are being seen in the teenage service. The number for this is: 07823 533 862. This number is for text or WhatsApp only. If you would like to speak to us over the phone, please use the contact information at the bottom of… Continue...

Resource Type: Article

View: 58

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

The majority of Rheumatology conditions can continue into adulthood. The purpose of this resource is to help parents and carers understand the transition process from children’s to adult healthcare and explain how parents and carers can support their child or young adult. Social challenges Knowing...

Resource Type: Article

View: 52

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

What is Chronic Recurrent Multifocal Osteomyelitis (CRMO)? Chronic Recurrent Multifocal Osteomyelitis (CRMO), also known as Chronic Non-infectious Osteomyelitis (CNO), is a rare condition that involves inflammation of one or more bones that can be chronic (long-term). It is a fluctuating condition,...

Resource Type: Article

View: 95

Download: 10

Resource Type: Article

This resource is intended to provide rheumatology patients with information about the Homecare service. What is Homecare? Homecare is a term used describe companies that deliver medication directly to people’s homes as a more convenient option for patients with long term conditions. Before this...

Resource Type: Article

View: 106

Download: 3

Resource Type: Article

Sheffield Children’s Hospital Rheumatology Service The Rheumatology Service at the Sheffield Children’s Hospital aims to support children and families with all aspects of rheumatology care. In particular, we help you to achieve and maintain the best possible health and well-being throughout your...

Resource Type: Article

View: 91

Download: 6

Resource Type: Article

What happens before my steroid joint injections? A couple of weeks before your steroid joint injections you will be asked to come into hospital for a pre-operative assessment. This is to ensure that you understand what will happen when you have your joint injections, to give you an opportunity to...

Resource Type: Article

View: 78

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

General health Your teenage years are an exciting time when you go through many changes. These can include the way your body looks, what is happening at school and in your social life. Arthritis can affect many of these changes and these changes can affect your arthritis. Your Rheumatology Team will...

Resource Type: Article

View: 82

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

What is a joint injection? A joint injection is a common way to treat juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Joint injections reduce inflammation and pain in swollen joints. Your child’s rheumatologist will insert a needle into the joint space (the space between the bones in a joint), and then...

Resource Type: Article

View: 67

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

What is a joint injection? A joint injection is a common way to treat juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Joint injections reduce inflammation and pain in swollen joints. Your child’s rheumatologist will insert a needle into the joint space (the space between the bones in a joint), and then...

Resource Type: Article

View: 69

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

This resource is intended to provide information about the Rheumatology Adolescent and Transition Service What is transition? Transition is the process of moving your care from children’s to adult services. The purpose of transition is to: treat you more independently and more like an adult allow...

Resource Type: Article

View: 87

Download: 4

Resource Type: Article

What is juvenile iIdiopathic arthritis (JIA)? Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) is a condition where inflammation of one or more joints happens in children under the age of 16 years old which lasts for at least 6 weeks. Inflammation can cause pain, swelling, stiffness or loss of motion in the...

Resource Type: Article

View: 98

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

This resource has been written by rheumatology patients at Sheffield Children’s Hospital and is designed to help you manage having regular injections. What is an injection? An injection is putting medicine under the skin using a small needle. Why do I have to have injections? Some medicines are...

Resource Type: Article

View: 93

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

This resource is intended to provide you with information about the Rheumatology Research Service at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and how to contact us. Why do we do research? The Rheumatology Team are passionate about doing high quality research to constantly improve the care we are...

Resource Type: Article

View: 77

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

This resource is intended to provide you with information about growing pains. What are growing pains? Growing pains are pains, discomfort or aches that your child may complain of which occur mainly in the legs at night. They are mostly seen in children of the primary school age group. They are very...

Resource Type: Article

View: 79

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

Juvenile idiopathic arthritis and physical activity Our aim is to support all our children and young people with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) to enable them to regularly take part in physical activity. This may be PE (physical education) or extracurricular sport and includes contact sport. We...

Resource Type: Article

View: 88

Download: 1

Resource Type: Article

Introduction Living with a chronic condition can lead to young people feeling isolated and different from their parents, peers, siblings, and teachers. This can leave young people wondering whether to tell people about the condition. As part of coping with living with a chronic illness it can be...

Resource Type: Article

View: 97

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

This material is intended to provide you with information about your child’s diagnosis of juvenile dermatomyositis (JDM). What is JDM? JDM is a condition which mainly affects the muscles and skin, but can affect other parts of the body. The word juvenile means this condition appears in...

Resource Type: Article

View: 71

Download: 1

Showing 1-17 of 17 results

NHS

Western Bank
Sheffield
S10 2TH

United Kingdom

Switchboard: 0114 271 7000

Interesting Facts


We’ve got a special MRI scanner just for teddies so children can see what it’s like before they have a scan.

Help to transform our extraordinary hospital into something even better.

Sheffield Children's@SheffChildrens
As a result of Mia donating her organs, five people received life saving transplants. Marie said: “Mia’s death has… https://t.co/RwsWVcXdO6

As of 6 July 2022 everyone (colleagues, patients and families) must wear a mask. This applies to all spaces across. all sitesMore information on how we are keeping you safe is available here.
+

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close