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News November 2020

Special x-ray technique making a real difference to the lives of people with have hip replacements

Dr Stuart Callary is making a real difference to the lives of the many South Australians that have hip replacements each year…. Read More

News November 2020

150 years of nurse uniforms

From crisp starched white aprons, caps and modest ‘walking out’ uniforms, to the practical blue ‘scrubs’ of today – how our nurses… Read More

News November 2020

CRAB Bluey’s 9th annual ‘Roll the Dice’ fundraiser

CRAB Bluey’s South Australia is a passionate group who have been raising money for cancer research at the Royal Adelaide Hospital since… Read More

News November 2020

Today is ‘World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims’

Most of us know someone who has had their life affected by road trauma. The RAH Research Fund is proud to support… Read More

News November 2020

Today is World Diabetes Day

 Did you know that 280 Australians develop diabetes every day – that’s one person every five minutes!* Diabetes not only affects a… Read More

News November 2020

The RAH Research Fund Newsagency is 30 years young today!

To celebrate and thank our staff and customers, we are holding a COVID safe ‘instore party’ today. If you are at the… Read More

News November 2020

Cervical Cancer week

Tomorrow marks the beginning of Cervical Cancer week in Australia. *Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers in women if… Read More

News November 2020

National Psychology Week

Today is the first day of National Psychology Week – an initiative that aims to increase awareness of how psychology can help… Read More

News November 2020

Show your pride

In another first, Adelaide’s Pride March is being celebrated today as a virtual event. We may not all be together face to… Read More

News November 2020

It’s now almost 30 years since the RAH Research Fund Newsagency swung opened its doors

It’s now almost 30 years since the RAH Research Fund Newsagency swung opened its doors for the first time on 12 November… Read More

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