Resource Library

Our HeartKids Resource Library, is a one-stop-shop for information and resources for Childhood onset Heart Disease (CoHD), congenital heart disease and acquired heart disease.

How do I use the resource library?

How to use this library

The resource library is organized into eight main categories displayed in the colored tabs below. Please select the category that best suits your needs. You can further narrow down your browsing by using the filters on the left side of the page. With each selection, you can refine your search even more.

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Developed the Adult Congenital Heart Association, this travel directory provides a comprehensive list of locations …
Adult
Factsheet
Join our host Rachael Knowles as she chats with Jeremy Richardson, an adventurous adult in …
Adult
Podcasts
In this installment of CoHD Explained, join Bec Peters, Transition Coordinator, as she sheds light …
Adult Young Person
Videos
Join Dr. Stephanie Perrier, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon at the Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne, as she …
Adult Infants, Babies and Children
Videos
Join Associate Professor Dominica Zetner, an esteemed Adult Congenital Heart Disease (ACHD) Cardiologist, as she …
Adult
Videos
In this episode of From the Heart, Elijah, a proud Kamilaroi/Wiradjuri man, shares his remarkable …
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Adult Young Person
Podcasts
Information developed in collaboration with doctors and other health experts on exercise and physical activity …
Adult Young Person
Factsheet
In this latest installment of CHD Real Talk, members of our community share their experiences …
Adult Young Person
Videos
Join HeartKids community members in this powerful Real Talk video as they bravely open up …
Adult Young Person
Videos

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