We feel better after a good nights sleep, feeling more alert, rested and functional. Sleep plays a vital restorative function which is important for many facets of the human body, and is extremely important in children and adolescents for achieving life-long health. However, not all of us sleep well and extended periods of disrupted sleep […]
The 2016 SA Vaccinology Update was held on Wednesday 16th December at the National Wine Centre. This event was co-hosted by the Robinson Research Institute, SAHMRI, SA Health and the Women’s and Children’s Hospital Network. The videos are now available for each of the three sessions – follow the links below to watch these videos […]
Yesterday, the RRI co-hosted a GP training session in collaboration with Fertility SA at Adelaide Oval titled Bed, Birth and Beyond: Women’s health, conception, pregnancy and further. This high quality women’s health conference, was designed to assist health professionals in improving outcomes for their patients. The program was presented by clinicians, researchers and included a mother […]
To make a baby you need to have sex. But it’s not straight forward. Research is now showing that the life you lead affects your ability to conceive and the life-long health of your baby. There are those wanting to have sex without risking pregnancy, and those who are struggling to enjoy sex. It is a […]
Professor Jonathan Morris presented the third in the series of Robinson Research Institute / Women’s and Children’s Hospital co-hosted Grand Rounds on the topic: The short and long-term implications of late preterm and early term birth. Watch the recording of Professor Morris’ presentation at the link below.
We were thrilled to welcome Professor Fiona Stanley (AC, FAA, FASSA) to the RRI to present the annual Lloyd Cox Memorial Lecture on the topic: Before the Bough Breaks – Data and research to guard our children’s future. If you were unable to attend, below is the recording – please feel free to share.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Fiona Stanley will present this year’s Lloyd Cox Memorial Lecture on the topic: Before the bough breaks: guarding the future of our children with data and research. Event Details Date Tuesday 6 September Time 6:00pm – 7:00pm (wine & canapés from 5:30pm) Location The Bragg’s Lecture Theatre, University […]
Professor Rob Norman presented the second in the series of Robinson Research Institute / Women’s and Children’s Hospital co-hosted Grand Rounds on the topic: From little things, big things grow – the importance of health around conception. Watch the recording of Professor Norman’s presentation.
It is well known that the mother’s health at conception and during pregnancy affects fertility and the health of the baby. New evidence shows that the father’s fitness and lifestyle are equally important. Events before we are born set up a life-time of good health or poor health, and are linked to whether or not […]