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Congratulations to the Ann Cook Clinical Nursing Scholarship recipients

17 May 2021

Congratulations to the Ann Cook Clinical Nursing Scholarship recipients


Dr Skye Kinder named in Forbes’ Magazine’s 30 under 30

6 May 2021

Dr Skye Kinder, Psychiatry Registrar at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne, has broken many barriers to be named in this year’s Forbes’ Magazine’s 30 Under 30 for social impact across the Asia Pacific region.


A Novel Treatment for a Serious Rare Inherited Blood Disorder

5 May 2021

There was no effective treatment WHIM syndrome, a rare congenital immune deficiency, but Dr Frank Firkin, a Haematologist at St Vincent’s, is leading the charge to cure this extremely rare condition.


Wrapped in Kindness: Students unite to help Melbourne’s needy

28 Apr 2021

A group of Caulfield Grammar students volunteered their time on the school holidays to support people experiencing chronic disadvantage.


Hope grows for epilepsy patients as clinical trial enters next phase

1 Apr 2021

An Australian-led research project is another step closer to becoming a widely accepted treatment for people with severe refractory epilepsy


Breaking down barriers

24 Mar 2021

An internship at ACMD allowed a Melbourne nurse studying biomedical engineering the chance to explore how bridging skills can enable greater success in research translation for improved patient care


Virtual reality brings patients closer to home during COVID-19

10 Mar 2021

Virtual reality brings patients closer to home during COVID-19


New Kew aged residential facility Berengarra ready to be called home

1 Feb 2021

St Vincent’s new state-of-the-art Aged residential facility, Berengarra, in Kew is ready to open doors to residents.


From asylum seeker to Aussie doctor

12 Jan 2021

A young Rwandan doctor who moved to Australia to further his medical studies was later forced to abandon his homeland but has found refuge here, and a new start at St Vincent’s


Improving breathlessness for people with severe lung disease forms new study focus

18 Dec 2020

Associate Professor Natasha Smallwood awarded inaugural VALE Post-Doctoral Fellowship to investigate ways of making breathing easier for a vulnerable group of patients.