• Prestigious Fellowships awarded to Network staff

    Dr Antoinette Anazodo from Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick and Anna Cronin from The Children’s Hospital at Westmead were recently awarded Churchill Fellowships - two of 109 people across Australia to receive this prestigious accolade.

  • NSW Government announce $25 million for paediatric research

    The Children’s Hospital at Westmead and Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick will both benefit from a $25 million dollar funding boost to paediatric research as part of the 2015-16 Budget.

  • Australia’s first CRNI at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick

    Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick’ s Joel Mason is a true professional and a recognised paediatric nurse amongst colleagues, patients and families. He has a wealth of experience behind him, and now he can add his role as the first Australian Certified Registered Nurse of Infusion (CRNI) to his list of achievements.

  • Launch of the NSW Paediatric Palliative Care Programme Website

    Minister for Health, Hon. Jillian Skinner, launched a new website that will strengthen paediatric palliative care in NSW by supporting families and health providers in their local community. The website will provide a central point to access information about palliative care.

  • World first cord blood infusion to prevent or delay diabetes onset

    Four-year-old Isla is the first person in the world be reinfused with her own umbilical cord blood to determine whether it will delay or prevent the onset of type 1 diabetes. Led by Professor Maria Craig, the CoRD study is being conducted through Kids Research Institute, at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.