Celebrating our NICU nurses and their tiny patients

To celebrate our team’s incredible work, and in recognition of Thank U NICU Day today, we spoke to Jess about her recent experience in our Butterfly ward with son Jack, and learnt more about one of the nurses who helped care for him.

Champions for Children: Meet Psychologist Fiona Kirpichnikov

Did you know our psychologists also work with children with chronic and complex pain conditions to help them cope? In celebration of Psychology Week, we sat down with RCH Psychologist Fiona to find out how she works with our patients and why being a florist was her backup career.

Australian parents think twice about COVID-19 testing

Australian parents are in support of COVID-19 testing for kids with 79 per cent understanding the important role it plays in stopping the spread, however, despite these high levels, many parents think twice before getting their child tested, the latest RCH National Child Health Poll has found.

Champions for Children: Meet trauma surgeon Warwick Teague

In our latest Champions for Children profile, we sat down with Warwick Teague, lead burns surgeon and Director of the RCH Trauma Service, to learn more about fire safety and first aid, and how to prevent burns injuries.  

Champions for Children: Meet RCH Special Needs Teacher Andy

To mark World Teachers’ Day on October 30, we caught up with Special Needs Teacher, Andy, to find out about his typical day at the RCH and how the RCH Education Institute team has responded and adapted to the many challenges this year has presented.

Intersex Awareness Day

Today marks Intersex Awareness Day! Intersex is a normal part of human diversity and The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) is proud to support intersex patients and the intersex community.