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A unique group of Mater Mother’s Hospital staff has stood in as mothers, grandmothers, friends and confidantes to maternity patients experiencing complications while ...
Today is International Day of the Midwife – a day when Mater recognises the extraordinary work and commitment of our hundreds of midwives.
Helping babies enter the world was the primary reason midwives and Mater Researchers Suzanne Bates, Claire Went, Judy Macey and Alison Bolton went into healthcare.
Today is International Midwives’ Day – a day when Mater recognises the extraordinary work and commitment of our hundreds of midwives.
Townsville midwife Rebekah Forrest has seen and done most things when it comes to welcoming babies into the world.
Sick and premature babies at Mater Mothers’ Hospital have been enjoying some quiet time thanks to a reading corner set up within the hospital’s Neonatal Critical Care ...
Medical resuscitation is vital for protecting life and the practices and standards are always improving and evolving, according to Neonatal Research Leader and Mother ...
A lifesaving heart and lung transplant could be the only option left for a young Queensland law student born with multiple heart defects.
Baby Moira is alive today thanks to the most advanced ventilator technology.
The Mater Smiling for Smiddy ‘Challenge in the Tropics’ wheeling out across North Queensland later this month is a poignant reminder of the legacy one life can leave.
Mater's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander liaison team has assisted hundreds of women experiencing traumatic pregnancies.
When Mater’s Alastair Sharman attends the Dawn Service on Anzac Day, he will be honouring his grandfather, while reflecting on his own time in the Australian Army.
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