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I recruited 24 participants who lived between an 80-100km radius of KEMH in Subiaco (approximately 4km from the Perth CBD).
Since this project is aimed at considering the experience of being involved in PREM Bank as either a donor or a recipient this project was developed utilising both semi-structured interviews and observation when I was invited to visit KEMH on a few occasions.
I love the family atmosphere at KEMH. Indeed, the community at large treats the hospital as an extension to their own homes.
To date, it has been a heart-warming, memorable and rewarding experience, both working at KEMH and living within the community.
"These significant and conclusive results have cleared the pathway for the routine use of probiotic supplementation in premature babies:  a significant milestone in their care.  The research team at KEMH is currently working on making a safe and effective product available for premature babies in Australia."