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Become a Hospital Hero!

You can join an exceptional group of people who help make the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) the best place for you and your family to access the most advanced treatments and hospital care informed by world leading medical research. read more

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Understanding Congenital Heart Disease

Kick starting her three year post-doctoral Mary Overton Early Career Fellowship from the RAH Research Fund, Dr Sophie Wiszniak wants to provide a better understanding of a disease affecting one per cent of Australians at birth. read more

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Solving the Snakebite Puzzle

Worldwide, at least 100,000 people will die each year from snakebites.This is a frightening statistic and while the rate of deaths from snakebites in Australia is extremely low, Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Emergency Physician and Toxicologist Dr Sam Alfred wants to make a difference in this area. read more

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Lending a Helping Hand

Immigrating from the UK to Adelaide in 1999, Cedric and Amanda Meyer have been a blessing to the South Australian community, donating two days a week to volunteer at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH). read more

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Intervening on a Global Problem – Lower Back Pain

PhD candidate and physiotherapist Emma Karran, is thrilled to be supported by a Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Research Funds Dawes Scholarship, enabling her to investigate the psychological and physical characteristics that are linked to poor outcomes for patients experiencing lower back pain. read more