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Juggling a medical career and motherhood can often be challenging, but Mater neurosurgeon Amelia Jardim wouldn’t have it any other way.
Samantha had always wanted to be a mum, but a shock diagnosis of ovarian cancer in her first pregnancy left her fearing her dream of having a family would never come ...
The mining town of Collinsville will transform into a ‘sea of pink’ when a team of more than 60 takes part in their own International Women’s Day Fun Run, presented ...
Imagine seeing yourself on the front cover of a brochure! Well, that's exactly what happened to Ava-Rose Coates.
Are you curious about a career in healthcare? Passionate about helping others but not sure where to start? Mater Education’s Open Days are the perfect opportunity to ...
This is Kaylia Coulstock. She's a mother of two and one of the 34 students who recently started a Certificate III in Pathology Collection at Mater Education.
Record 20,000 people join International Women’s Day Fun Run
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the six-week season of Lent, which calls upon people to pause, reflect and consider how we can be better people.
When Ipswich mum Erika was warned her tiny premature baby boy had only a “slim chance of surviving”, she never gave up hope.
Each year 1,300 Australian women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer—and anatomical pathologists will play a critical role in every diagnosis.
Townsville students in Years 10 – 12 will have the chance to experience life as a healthcare worker with the inaugural launch of Mater Education’s High School Health ...
Indigenous communities need to guide the way to improved health outcomes for their children and families, a leading researcher at Mater Research says.
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