AUSTRALIAN WOMEN & CHILDREN’S RESEARCH FOUNDATION
OZWAC – Australian Women and Children’s Research Foundation is a Medical Research Foundation based in Western Sydney. OZWAC was established to provide for medical research into the health of women and children. OZWAC draws upon community support to raise funds and also raise community awareness of important health issues.
The Foundation, since its inception has supported research at Nepean and Westmead Hospitals and other research centres in New South Wales.
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Research is essential to improve clinical care for our mothers and their babies. In general research is poorly funded in Australia despite it being an essential step to ensure the future good health of our nation.
Our researchers are very successful in their research and in gaining support from national and international bodies. Nevertheless support is needed for local research projects in Western Sydney.
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Research is essential to improve clinical care for our mothers and their babies. Support is needed for local research projects in Western Sydney.
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Our knowledge of foetal life is limited. Many diseases and problems actually have their origins during foetal life. The more we uncover, the more we realise how little we know.
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Research into women’s and children’s health is being carried out in a number of areas and the people of Western Sydney will benefit in many ways
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The fight against preeclampsia (high blood pressure in pregnancy and proteinuria in pregnancy) and miscarriage has been going on for sometime at Nepean Hospital through research to understand what factors impact on the health of both mothers and babies. Earlier research programs funded by Ozwac The Australian Women & Children’s Research Foundation based at Nepean Hospital has led to improvements in the care of mothers and babies not only at Nepean Hospital but in the wider community.
It is hoped through this research that doctors can gain a better understanding of the role of oral hygiene in improving health outcomes for mothers and babies and depending upon the result will lead to an education program which will lead to a greater awareness of the importance of oral hygiene.