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Information last updated 17 November 2022
Acknowledgement
The Women’s and Children’s Health Network acknowledges Aboriginal people as the First Peoples and Traditional Custodians of Country throughout South Australia. We acknowledge and respect their ongoing and deep spiritual connection and relationship to land, air, sea, waters, community and country. We pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices and names of people who have passed away.

News

Wchn awards welcome feature
24 Sep. 2022
Innovation and embracing technology have shown through as key themes for many of the winners of this year’s WCHN Excellence Awards – CREATE Together.
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Body image awareness week 2022 home
6 Sep. 2022
Did you know that over one million Australians are currently experiencing an eating disorder and that it has the highest death rate of any mental illness?
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HF2 Self Care for Kids home
8 Aug. 2022
Just like adults benefit from self-care, children of all ages do as well. Parents and carers can help children and young people to become aware of their own mental health and guide them to discover effective self-care activities.
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HF2 Gill Mibus feature
8 Aug. 2022
What better way to celebrate upcoming Neonatal Nurse’s Day than to introduce you to Neonatal Nurse, Gill Mibus, much-loved member of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
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HF2 ATSI Childrens Day home
8 Aug. 2022
To celebrate National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day on August 4, all children who identified as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, received a special present – like 5-month-old Lakiah.
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HF2 Adelaide Zoo home
8 Aug. 2022
After spending three weeks at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital, 4-year-old Armita (left) was offered a family pass to the Adelaide Zoo, at the suggestion of Play Therapist, Linda, who thought a day out would be valuable for Armita and her loved ones.
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