Professor Lex Doyle receives Order of Australia

Professor Lex Doyle receives Order of Australia

Professor Lex Doyle receives Order of Australia Professor Lex Doyle has been named as an Officer of the Order of Australia in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, for distinguished service to medicine, and to medical education, as a neonatal paediatrician, academic,...
Kate Callanan’s Retirement

Kate Callanan’s Retirement

Kate Callanan, Premature Infant Follow Up Coordinator, retired in April 2017 after 28 years of service at the Royal Women’s Hospital. Kate was pivotal in caring for research participants and their families who are enrolled in preterm follow up research studies....
Frankie’s Story

Frankie’s Story

Giving birth to a prem baby is often dramatic, and Frankie’s story is no different. As time passes though, much of the story has faded into the periphery. The long hours waiting in hospital rooms and the endless conversations with doctors, nurses, lactation...
Oliver’s Story

Oliver’s Story

Oliver’s Story On April 16th 2005 Oliver (twin1) was born. His brother Noah (twin2) sadly passed away on 17th April 2005. I sat by his crib after saying goodbye to his brother, looking at my child, still not quite believing this was happening to me. He was so...
Tatiana’s Fight to Survive

Tatiana’s Fight to Survive

Tatiana’s Fight to Survive Born at 24 weeks and 5 days and only weighing 604 g, Tatiana’s first glimpse at the world wasn’t going to be an easy one. Tatiana and Jedidiah MacCartney show good things come in big and small packages. Jedidiah, who was...
Victorian Infant Collaboration Study

Victorian Infant Collaboration Study