News

  • Managing chronic pain with telehealth

    Patients managing chronic pain now have access to specialist multi-disciplinary treatment and care with through a new telehealth initiative.

  • Life saving telemedicine

    Vision for Life is state-of-the-art telemedicine connecting local hospital staff with paediatric specialists at Neonatal and Paediatric Emergency Transport Services (NETS). Nepean Hospital is the latest to install this life-saving technology, thanks to Variety - The Children's Charity.

  • Improving Children’s Health Globally

    The Diploma of Child Health/International Postgraduate Paediatric Certificate (DCH/IPPC) is celebrating its 25th year of providing high quality, accessible education to health professionals. The Graduation Ceremony launched the celebrations. There were 1130 graduates.from the 2015 course. The one year paediatric training course has a significant impact on paediatric education and the health of children globally.
  • 3 D design and printing helps kids

    A new 3D lab that enables engineering and prototyping orthopaedic implants for children, using 3D design and printing, was opened by Jillian Skinner, Minister for Health. Prof David Little, world renowned orthopaedic surgeon, researcher and educator, has developed solutions for many of his young patients, translating his research into clinical practice. Six devices are in varying stages of development for commercialisation
  • Community urged to support HIV positive children

    This World Aids Day - 1 December - experts at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick (SCH) are calling on health professionals, governments and the community to continue advocating for children at risk of and living with HIV, to create a world free of HIV which is safe for all children.

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