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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

News November 2020

It’s Movember!

It’s Movember! As well as seeing some creative new ‘Mo’s’ this month – you will also be hearing about men’s health issues,… Read More

News October 2020

Happy Halloween

It’s the day when the pitter-patter of little goblins, fairies, monsters and witches take to the streets. Halloween is a fun time… Read More

News October 2020

Exploring the great outdoors with Scrubs

As we know Scrubs loves to explore our great outdoors and get back to nature. Here is Scrubs getting close and personal… Read More

News October 2020

Looking for a special one-of-a-kind gift?

 Then how about one of these bright and comfy cushions, handmade by Geraldine a friend of the RAH Research Fund. You can… Read More

News October 2020

A big thank you to all the staff in our RAH COVID-19 Clinic

Our RAH COVID-19 Clinic has been running since early March and so far our staff have swabbed over 18,250 patients. A big… Read More

News October 2020

Nursing Scholarships for South Australian Nurses

Our nurses have patient care and experience at the heart of everything they do – and many nurses have fantastic ideas to… Read More

News October 2020

The latest issue of RAH Researcher is out now!

Click here to read the latest issue of RAH Researcher If you don’t want to miss the latest news about our work and… Read More

News October 2020

Global Handwashing Day

Today is Global Handwashing Day. We all know that hand washing can reduce the spread of infection, including COVID-19 and seasonal flu… Read More

News October 2020

World Arthritis Day

Today is World Arthritis Day. *Arthritis affects 1 in 4 Australians and can impact enormously on a person’s health and wellbeing. The… Read More

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