Azithromycin: MORDOR & beyond, one drug to rule them all? Peter Doherty Institute – Melbourne Children’s Global Health Forum 12.30pm-1.30pm Monday 17 August via Zoom – add to Outlook Calendar or Google Calendar. Zoom link: https://unimelb.zoom.us/j/318624002?pwd=c2tCUlF0c0Q3YWRTaEUvUzJ5Rmo1Zz09 Password: gch2020 MCGH-Doherty Institute Global Health Seminar Series is a quarterly seminar series co-convened by the Peter Doherty Institute … Continued
2020 is the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. Melbourne Children’s Global Health hosted two speakers tackling the topic of maternal and newborn health – Professor Caroline Homer AO, Co-Program Director, Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health at the Burnet Institute and Dr Maeve Hume-Nixon, Senior Study Coordinator and PhD Candidate at Murdoch Childrens Research Institute … Continued
Melbourne Children’s Global Health Forum 12.30pm – 1.30pm (AEST) Monday 27th July via Zoom Why midwives matter for maternal and newborn health in LMICs + Introducing STAGE: Professor Caroline Homer Professor Caroline Homer is a midwife, health services researcher, educator and international development advisor. She is the Co-Program Director of Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health … Continued
Melbourne Children’s Global Health Forum 12.30pm-1.30pm (AEST) Monday 15 June via Zoom Climate change and global child health: Dr Karen Kiang Dr Karen Kiang is currently an Advanced Trainee in General Paediatrics. Initially training in paediatrics and adult medicine in the USA, she has previously worked in public health at the CDC. Her interest has always been in … Continued
Welcome to 2020! We have some changes in the works to make this website a hub of up to date global child and adolescent health resources, with a newly designed blog and newsletter. Please stay tuned! We have a new edition of our Global Health Newsletter, which can be viewed here. Our newsletter invites you … Continued
Together with colleagues in Laos PDR, Dr Jocelyn Chan and Professor Fiona Russell are highlighting the challenges of combating Pneumonia – the most common reason children end up in hospital and a common cause of death for children in Laos. South East Asia has some of the highest rates of death due to Pneumonia in … Continued
Please join Melbourne Children’s Global Health in recognising World Pneumonia Day, which is marked each year on November 12. This day presents an opportunity to focus on child health challenges around the world. The goal is to raise awareness about pneumonia progress, current obstacles and inequities, and promote prevention and treatment. We – as a … Continued
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Save the date! Melbourne Children’s Global Health Annual Symposium 18th September 2019 Please join us at the Royal Children’s Hospital for a day of dynamic and engaging discussions on key areas of interest in global child and adolescent health, with presentations from experts on our campus and beyond. Program and further information to follow.
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