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The RMH nurses present at National Nursing Forum

19 August 2022

Nurses from the Royal Melbourne Hospital have been in Darwin this week to present at the 2022 National Nursing Forum.

The RMH haematologist awarded for leading global effort to eradicate anaemia health burden

18 August 2022

Haematologist at the RMH and WEHI researcher Professor Sant-Rayn Pasricha has received an Australian Academy of Health and Medical Services (AAHMS) award for his pioneering contributions to preventing and treating anaemia around the world.

Uncharted territory: navigating a level one trauma service during a global pandemic

16 August 2022

As the health system readjusted to the challenges that COVID-19 posed, the trauma service at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) had to adapt.

Reunited with lifesaving team

10 August 2022

For Anthony, what started out as a regular trip to his local cafe, quickly became a terrifying series of events.

18 months, three generations and one amazing journey

01 August 2022

Last week during DonateLife Week, the RMH played host to a very special live kidney donation story.

The RMH conducts new study on Singh Thattha technique

28 July 2022

A clinical trial at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) is testing whether a new mask fit technique is suitable for healthcare workers and students with beards.

The RMH-led telehealth program improving quality of life for people with young onset dementia and their carers

27 July 2022

A Royal Melbourne Hospital-led Telehealth project has been helping people with young-onset dementia (YOD) to “live well” with the condition.

Professor Fary Khan elected to international vice chair position

27 July 2022

The Royal Melbourne Hospital Director of Rehabilitation Services Professor Fary Khan was elected as the Vice Chair of the International Society of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine (ISPRM) at their Annual Scientific Congress in July.

Donated ICU clothes helping other patients get home safe

21 July 2022

Losing a loved one is an incredibly sad time, but some families whose loved ones have died in our Intensive Care Unit (ICU) are choosing to give back in a way that is helping other patients get home faster, and with dignity. 

New study suggests acute stroke treatment is influenced by ethnicity and race

20 July 2022

An international, randomised controlled ischaemic stroke trial DIRECT-SAFE suggests acute stroke treatment should be adapted based on ethnicity and race. 

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