News

  • 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.

  • COVID-19 Test for Kids: What to expect

    The thought of having a COVID-19 test can be nerve-wracking at any age but especially for a child - and kids are bound to have lots of questions. So rather than trying to explain it, we thought we'd show them.

  • Research program by cancer treatment pioneer coming to Sydney

    Leading CAR-T cancer treatment expert, Dr Patrick Schlegel, has been welcomed to Westmead as part of a multi-party partnership between the University of Sydney, the Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) and Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN).

  • A lifetime's contribution to children's mental health

    The Network’s Eating Disorder Service Coordinator A Prof Sloane Madden has been recognised for his exceptional contribution to the care of young people living with an eating disorder.

  • Mini brains may help treat incurable brain cancer

    Treatments for incurable and aggressive brain cancers may only be a few years away with researchers in the Children’s Cancer Research Unit (CCRU) beginning a new research project to trial CAR-T cell therapy on mini brains.

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