Family Based Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa (FBT- AN), the leading evidenced-based treatment for children and adolescents with restrictive eating disorders internationally, is hosting a workshop to provide participants with the knowledge and skill to implement FBT- AN in the workplace.
Queensland Children’s Hospital (QCH) emergency clinicians treated more than 70,000 children and young people in 2018, with 443 of them requiring immediate life-saving care.
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Neurosurgical wound care fact sheet Neurosurgical wound care Neurosurgical procedures can result in surgical wounds in multiple different areas, including on the head, neck, abdomen, chest and back. How do I care for a neurosurgical wound? It’s important to keep the wound covered with a dry dressing for five days after the [...]
After an emotionally charged four years of unsuccessful fertility treatments, Toni and Trent fell pregnant with their first child in 2012. Toni had suffered from anxiety and depression at various times in her life and after the birth of her daughter, Hayley, Toni knew that something didn’t feel right.