A priceless shot at a normal life has given Kiah Gracie the chance to dance with joy.
The Teddy Bear Hospital is a unique educational program for children and health care students. Teddy Bear Hospital Coordinator, Maleck Louis, has been involved with the educational program for the past five years. We spoke to him about his involvement.
Born with a rare condition where his mouth was not connected to his stomach, little Dougie Christie faced a childhood filled with complications but after a hugely successful Royal Children’s Hospital surgery, the 15-month-old is fully enjoying life.
The heart is the linchpin of life, but slowly and quietly in the first weeks after Ellie Martin was born, hers began to come undone. This is the story of her 400-day wait for a second chance at life. Don’t worry, it has a happy ending.
As soon as Sarah Hocking saw her third son born, she knew his first year of life was going to take a slight deviation.
We’re so proud of Assoc. Prof Michelle Telfer, Director Gender Service at the RCH, for having her personal story published in the latest edition of The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health.
It took all the concentration he could muster, but the first words Sam Farnsworth chose to “type” with his eyes since being left a quadriplegic in a car accident, was; “I love you Mum”.
It’s been another record-breaking Good Friday Appeal, raising an outstanding $18,175,467 for The Royal Children’s Hospital!
All eyes are on baby Kit McClymont, as his parents pour all their strength into his recovery as they rewrite their story of heartbreak. Parents Sammy and Nathan lost Kit’s twin brother Noah after his first week of life.
This year the 11th National Bioethics Conference will explore these challenges and the impact they have on healthcare – under the title ‘Respecting different perspectives’.We are now inviting submissions of abstracts for oral presentations – standard papers or de-identified case studies.