RAHsearch 2023 took place on Monday 16 and Tuesday 17 October, with a range of internal and community events focusing on CALHN’s latest research, medical advancements and treatments.
The aim of RAHsearch is to take you behind the scenes, and into the minds, of some of our most extraordinary researchers, highlighting the fundamental link between research and better health outcomes for our community.
This event is proudly sponsored by The Hospital Research Foundation.
RAHsearch 2023 | Community sessions
Free community sessions were held to hear directly from our clinicians, who shared the facts about ground-breaking research in their fields. Each session also featured patients talking about their experiences and treatment in each area.
Watch session one
Monday 16 October | Royal Adelaide Hospital
Host Jessica Adamson spoke to Clinical Associate Professor Shilpa Jesudason about empowering women with kidney disease to safely start a family.
Watch session two
Tuesday 17 October | Royal Adelaide Hospital
Host Jessica Adamson spoke to Associate Professor Mark Plummer about his work in reversing sepsis, the megadose vitamin C revolution.
Past RAHsearch events
RAHsearch 2022 shone a light on the fundamental link between research and better health outcomes for our community.
RAHsearch 2021 highlighted our latest research, medical advancements and treatments in heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
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