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Trevor Duke

Director of the Centre for International Child Health at the University of Melbourne
Trevor Duke Trevor is a paediatrician at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, and has broad experience in all aspects of child health in developing countries. He previously worked in Goroka, Papua New Guinea, and is Adjunct Professor of Child Health in the School of Medicine at the University of PNG. Trevor is on the Child Health Advisory Committee of the National Department of Health and also works closely with paediatricians in the Solomon Islands, Indonesia and Fiji. He heads the World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre for Research and Training in Child and Neonatal Health in Melbourne. He was involved in designing and implementing the WHO / UNICEF Child Survival Strategy and the International Child Health Review Collaboration. He was an author and editor of the WHO Pocketbook of Hospital Care for Children, which has been translated into more than a dozen languages and is used in over 30 developing countries.