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We’re delighted to be moving ahead with WA’s much-needed Children’s Hospice after the granting of development approval (DA). Construction will begin early next year, bringing children and their families closer to a nurturing ‘home away from home’ for end -of-life and respite care. It’s the major milestone we’ve been eagerly awaiting. The recent granting of
A research study aiming to transform the way sleep studies are conducted for babies in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) has commenced at Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH). Consultant Neonatologist and lead researcher Dr Dimple Goel said the Chin up clinical study is investigating if sleep studies can be conducted within the NICU rather than
Works are underway on our exciting Greenspace project outside the Perth Children’s Hospital. The redevelopment will bring children and families closer to the healing power of nature. A traditional Aboriginal smoking ceremony and sod turn have marked the start of construction of the new $4 million nature playground at the QEII Medical Centre. Located at
We caught up with Dr Dan Yeoh, an Infectious Diseases Physician at Perth Children’s Hospital to learn more about the ACACIA Study.
Dr Yeoh is leading a team of oncology and immunology researchers to study how effective the current COVID-19 vaccines are when it comes to triggering an immune response in kids with cancer, like Tom.