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Together. The WCHN Response to COVID-19: a documentary

Together documentary feature

Since March 2020 the Women’s and Children’s Health Network has been part of the frontline response to COVID-19. To illustrate our unique perspective as a care provider to South Australian families throughout, we have produced a documentary highlighting the ingenuity, innovation and teamwork that helped us navigate this unique moment of history.

Together. is an uplifting celebration of resilience and tenacity against a backdrop of challenges, uncertainty and, ultimately, turning points.

We hope you enjoy this behind the scenes look at how our Network and our people managed the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thank you to everyone who contributed their time and energy to this documentary. We hope you enjoy and share with your family and friends.

This video has been proudly created by the Women’s and Children’s Health Network.

Director: Alison Woodward
Producer: Hayley McDonald
Videography: Alison Woodward, Shane Reid, Anthony Colicchio, Julian Hatch
Editor: Alison Woodward