What’s on

  • Aboriginal Strategic Plan launched during NAIDOC Week celebrations

    NAIDOC Week celebrations have been held at both Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick and The Children's Hospital at Westmead over the past week, including the Network launch of

  • The skies of Aboriginal Australia

    When the sun goes down and the moon comes up, our sky is filled with billions and billions of tiny stars. Astronomers from all around the world have spent years studying these stars but none longer than Aboriginal people.

  • Crazy Socks 4 Docs day

    When you or your family is sick or injured, healthcare workers are there to help. So, it’s easy to forget that sometimes they need to be looked after too. This Friday, across Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network we’ll be supporting #CrazySocks4Docs.

  • Palliative Care Week

    When people first hear the words “palliative care” it is almost immediately associated with end-of-life care, but while it is a service for those with a life-limiting illness, palliative care is about so much more. This week is Palliative Care Week, an opportunity to raise awareness and understanding about palliative care not just across our Hospitals, but right across the Australian community.

  • International Nurses Day - May 12

    Working around the clock, the nurses and midwives at Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network are there every hour of the day and night, providing care, support and guidance to patients and families during their time of need. On International Nurses Day, it's our chance to say thanks.

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