Health advocacy

  • 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. Today is World Sepsis Day and it occurred to us we should tell you a bit more about it.
  • 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.

  • Go Gold for Childhood Cancer

    For every child who is diagnosed with cancer, for every parent who hears those four words and for every family who loses someone to the fight – this September is for you.

  • Why clustered care giving could be considered the equivalent of a marathon for a sick, vulnerable or premature baby

    This weekend in Sydney Australia, our city had its annual City to Surf marathon. Where 80, 000 motivated individuals complete a 14km run/walk through the streets of Sydney to the pristine beaches of Bondi.

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