Health advocacy

  • Protecting kids by preventing burns this winter

    Burns can happen in an instant, and can have serious, lifelong impacts, something 18-month-old Benjamin’s family knows all too well.
  • Continuing our steps towards reconciliation

    Reconciliation is more than a word. It is a term that requires meaningful action to make a positive change – something that is important not just during National Reconciliation Week, but all year round.

  • A lick, a kick and then a trip to hospital - Dog bites and children

    In the last decade, 356 children have been admitted to Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick with dog bite injuries, and alarmingly, in 49 per cent of cases the injuries were inflicted by the family pet.

  • Know the glow

    For Adele, it all started when she noticed “the glow” in her daughter’s eye.

  • Young people help guide the future of healthcare

    Like the patients we care for, we are always learning, growing and exploring in an effort to deliver the highest quality care for children, young people and their families, and who better to guide us in this pursuit than our patients themselves?

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