• Quiet Pathway gives options to needle-phobic kids

    Most children don't like the thoughts of having a needle but with the right support they can get through it. There are some children though, like 13-year-old Sienna, for who the thought of having a needle causes severe stress and anxiety.

  • eGate wins Internet of Things Health Award

    The Australian-first COVID-19 e-Gate, developed by the University of Sydney and SCHN, has been recognised at the Internet of Things (IoT) Alliance Australia’s 2021 IoT Award, winning the award for the Health category.
  • SCHN's Spikies helping shape our understanding of COVID-19

    Research into COVID-19 is truly a global effort, with advances made by leading scientists helping drive our pandemic response.

  • CF cooking classes a virtual hit

    The Children’s Hospital at Westmead has held cooking classes for inpatients with Cystic Fibrosis for the last decade, but the introduction of COVID­-19 restrictions put a halt on all face-to-face sessions.
  • Outreach clinics help vulnerable communities get vaccinated

    More than 130 children from Western Sydney's vulnerable communities have now had their first dose of COVID vaccine thanks to dedicated children's outreach clinics.