News

  • Australia’s first clinical guidelines for children with stroke

    Doctors from the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network have contributed to the development of Australia’s first ever clinical guidelines that will improve the diagnosis and acute management of children that suffer a stroke.

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  • Professor Jennifer Byrne named Top 10 in science

    Professor Jennifer Byrne has today been named in international journal, Nature, as one of the top ten people who made a difference in science for 2017.

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  • Sydney Children's Hospitals Network is going sugar free

    The first phase of the Healthy Choices in Health Facilities rolls-out tomorrow. All sugar sweetened drinks currently available for purchase will be replaced with sugar free options.

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  • $9.3 million state-of-the-art education centre launches at Westmead

    A $9.3 million teaching and learning centre is the first major infrastructure collaboration between the University of Sydney, Western Sydney Local Health District, Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network and the Westmead Redevelopment project.

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  • Patients visit light rail track on High Street, Randwick

    A few Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick patients were recently given a special private visit to the light rail project site, where they caught a glimpse of the track preparation which is underway in front of the Hospital on High Street, Randwick.

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  • Kids Can Drown Without a Sound!

    Summer is on the way. With the hot weather comes an increased risk of drowning, the leading cause of death in children under five. Kids can drown without a sound in seconds in just 5cms of water.

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