News

  • New hope for girls with Rett Syndrome

    In a new clinical trial being led by The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, doctors are testing whether drug used to help adult Alzheimer’s patients can help improve some of the devastating features of Rett syndrome.

  • Art meets science

    Through the art program at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead a project has been developed for National Science Week 2020 (15 – 23 August) titled Art meets science; How to Fix a Pixie.

  • WTM: Why the mask?

    With more and more people wearing masks in the community, we know kids are going to have a lot of questions - especially when they start seeing people they know like their nurse or doctor, their child life therapist or their parent or carer with their face covered.

  • Welcome to our new Chief Executive, Cathryn Cox PSM

    This week we welcomed Cathryn Cox PSM as the new Chief Executive of Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network.

  • Giving critically ill babies the breast care – World Breastfeeding Week

    If there is one thing I can attest to as a lactation specialist working in neonatal intensive care, it is that the power of breast milk should never be underestimated.

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