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Improved health care, life-saving vaccines and other initiatives are giving more children and adolescents the chance to reach their potential.
The Royal Children’s Hospital, alongside our campus partners, the
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute (MCRI) and
The University of Melbourne, supports health care, and contributes to research, education and training in countries and communities with the greatest needs.
In May, Dr Fiona Kupe attended the Fondation Mérieux, Advanced Course of Vaccinology in France. She was supported by the R E Ross Trust Regional Child Health Fellowship Program, which is administered through the Centre for International Child Health. ‘Halfway through medical school I realised I wanted to work in child health. I loved … Continued
‘I am a nurse specialising in childhood cancer in Port Moresby. Earlier this year I spent three months training with the Children’s Cancer Centre at the Royal Children’s Hospital. ‘I spent time in the wards, in day oncology, and travelled to meet with parent groups all across Victoria. I worked closely with nurse coordinators, allied … Continued
Volunteer through our partnership with the University of Health Sciences, Laos, and AVID
An estimated 5 million children in China could benefit from early intervention services
The RCH cares for five children each year supported by ROMAC
After training at the RCH Dr Monica Brook will return to Fiji to improve care for the sickest children