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  • Friday Fast Five: Meet gretchen Lawhon

    Each month we interview individuals associated with the Australasian NIDCAP Training Centre and the broader NIDCAP Federation International (NFI) community, asking them five questions that explore their association with our unit and NIDCAP.

  • Sepsis explained

    There are a lot of health promotion days and here at the Network, we often have to choose between good causes and excellent ones.

  • Slapped Cheek Syndrome and the risk to unborn babies

    Most parents have heard of Slapped Cheek Syndrome and just as quickly dismissed it from their mind. After all, it’s just a mild childhood illness right? Wrong.

  • Consumer caution is needed

    As consumers, we tend to assume the products we buy are safe to use and trust they won’t poison or injure us or our families. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
  • Developing digital wellbeing

    Many parents are concerned about the amount of time their kids spend using digital devices, however, research shows that it's how they spend this time, and their relationship with technology that matters most.

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