NSLHD News October 28

Chatswood High students uphold impressive tradition Year 12 students from Chatswood High School spent their last school day not mucking around, but walking donations along the walk. Their efforts paid off, with more than $1,400 raised on the day. will be used. Chatswood High students have co-ordinated the charity walk for nearly a decade,

The large group completed their walk at the Vanderfield building, where they heard from paediatric department staff who discussed the impact their donations have made over the years and how this year’s funds

from their school to Royal North Shore Hospital to raise funds for the paediatric unit. The final year students replaced their school uniforms with hospital scrubs and collected

raising close to $25,000 for the paediatric unit over that time. We’d like to thank this year’s group for their time, commitment and enthusiasm.

Anastasia on world stage RNSH senior scientist Dr Anastasia Mihailidou will fly the NSLHD flag at an upcoming international conference on social media and its role in medicine. Anastasia was invited to sit on an expert panel which will be held at Jefferson Health Hospital in Philadelphia during the American Heart Association Conference. You can follow Anastasia and her coverage of the event on Twitter via her handle @AnastasiaSMihai


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