Listen to Childhood Trauma and Injuries51:2630 January 2022

Associate Professor Warwick Teague, Surgeon and Director of the Trauma Service and Clinical Lead of the Burns Service at the Royal Children's Hospital, discusses his work as a paediatric surgeon and how the pandemic has affected the kinds of injuries experienced by children; and Jessica Windridge, a Senior Social Worker at the Royal Children's Hospital, talks about the psychological and social ramifications of children who experience trauma. The team also canvass the health benefits of humans connecting with nature. With presenters Dr Mal Practice, Dr G-Spot, and Nurse Epipen.


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