From an expert

  • The future in Interventional Radiology

    In a field where only 200 clinicians exist worldwide, Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network has welcomed their first Postgraduate Fellow in Interventional Radiology.
  • Pertussis outbreaks in NSW

    Recently, NSW has seen a rise in community activity of pertussis. Almost 2500 cases were reported between September and November 2018.
  • Spring treatment for craniosynostosis

    The skull bones are made up of ‘plates’ that protect the brain and allow it space to grow. Sometimes, the plates of a baby’s skull fuse too early.

  • Joining in: sport and rec for kids with disabilities

    For children with disabilities participating in sport and recreational activities has lots of pluses. It promotes inclusion, minimises de-conditioning, optimises physical functioning, and enhances overall well being", says Kate Clark, Rehab2Kids Manager.
  • Keeping food safe

    In Australia, we generally have a reliable, safe and nutritious food supply. Even so, foodborne illnesses are quite common, affecting millions of Australian children each year.

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