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  • Repeated exposure to anaesthesia link to poorer learning outcomes

    Young children who have been exposed to general anaesthesia have a greater risk of poorer development and lower scores in numeracy and reading , particularly if they have more than one surgery with anaesthesia. The study, published in Pediatric Anaesthesia.

  • Making difficult situations more bearable

    This week is Patient Experience Week. Join with us to acknowledge the hardworking, the human and the heartfelt: celebrate your staff today.
  • Flu free this winter

    Last year’s flu outbreak – resulting in 250,000 lab-confirmed cases, and 650 deaths – was the worst on record. Forty-two per cent of the cases were in NSW.

  • A voice for children

    Sue Foley has spent 43 years protecting children in her role as a social worker.

  • Care Track Kids study results

    A landmark national study led by the Australian Institute of Health Innovation at Macquarie University has found children receive care in-line with clinical practice guideline recommendations on average 60 percent of the time.

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