From an expert

  • Meet Professor Nadia Badawi

    Boundaries in medicine are meant to be tested. There is a need to push the envelope and to strive for more – after all that’s how breakthroughs are made. But achieving this relies on people with the passion to make that difference.

  • Reducing eating disorder risk in adolescents with obesity

    Joint research from The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and University of Sydney has identified that a small proportion of adolescents with obesity may have an undiagnosed eating disorder, and many more have risk factors.
  • Head injuries in children

    Dr Donovan Dwyer, Director of Trauma at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, talks about head injuries in children, prevention measures and when to seek medical assistance.

  • Anxiety in adolescence

    Thousands of students are currently sitting their HSC exams across NSW. Our Psychological Medicine team has some advice on how to reduce exam stress and when to seek help for anxiety.

  • Building resilience in stressful situations

    his year has been a year like no other, with the global pandemic impacting our lives in many ways. To kick off the series Dr Katherine Knight, Acting Medical Head of Department of Psychological Medicine at SCHN, discusses how the pandemic has impacted people in different ways and how to build resilience in stressful situations.

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