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A/Prof Warwick Teague

A/Prof Warwick Teague

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Role Co-Group Leader
Research area Clinical sciences
Group Surgery

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Associate Professor Warwick Teague is Director of Trauma, Clinical Lead for Burns, and Academic Paediatric Surgeon at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH), Melbourne. His paediatric surgical practice includes general, upper gastrointestinal, neonatal, burns and trauma surgery.

A/Prof Teague is active in research and academic activities, holding honorary appointments for both the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and University of Melbourne.

His research organized around three themes: 1) foregut developmental biology with particular reference to oesophageal and duodenal atresia; 2) paediatric trauma and burns (e.g. injury prevention, trauma systems, improvement in specific injury care); 3) clinical paediatric surgery (e.g. duodenal atresia, oesophageal atresia, appendicitis, minimally access surgery).
Associate Professor Warwick Teague is Director of Trauma, Clinical Lead for Burns, and Academic Paediatric Surgeon at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH), Melbourne. His paediatric surgical practice includes general, upper gastrointestinal,...
Associate Professor Warwick Teague is Director of Trauma, Clinical Lead for Burns, and Academic Paediatric Surgeon at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH), Melbourne. His paediatric surgical practice includes general, upper gastrointestinal, neonatal, burns and trauma surgery.

A/Prof Teague is active in research and academic activities, holding honorary appointments for both the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and University of Melbourne.

His research organized around three themes: 1) foregut developmental biology with particular reference to oesophageal and duodenal atresia; 2) paediatric trauma and burns (e.g. injury prevention, trauma systems, improvement in specific injury care); 3) clinical paediatric surgery (e.g. duodenal atresia, oesophageal atresia, appendicitis, minimally access surgery).

Top Publications

  • Tracy, LM, Lo, CH, Cleland, HJ, Teague, WJ, Gabbe, BJ. Early Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Burn Injuries, Admissions, and Care in a Statewide Burn Service. European Burn Journal 3(3) : 447 -456 2022
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  • Fitzgerald, M, Ponsford, J, Lannin, NA, O'Brien, TJ, Cameron, P, Cooper, DJ, Rushworth, N, Gabbe, B. AUS-TBI: The Australian Health Informatics Approach to Predict Outcomes and Monitor Intervention Efficacy after Moderate-to-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. Neurotrauma Reports 3(1) : 217 -223 2022
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  • Tanny, ST, Comella, A, McCall, L, Hutson, JM, Finch, S, Safe, M, Teague, WJ, Omari, T, King, S. 265: ESOPHAGEAL PRESSURE TOPOGRAPHY IN CHILDREN WITH PREVIOUS CORRECTION OF ESOPHAGEAL ATRESIA. Gastroenterology 162(7) : s-58-s-59 2022
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  • Subhi, R, Gelbart, B, Ching, N, Thompson, J, Osowicki, J, Rozen, TH, Shanthikumar, S, Teague, W, Duke, T. Characteristics, management and changing incidence of children with empyema in a paediatric intensive care unit. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 58(6) : 1046 -1052 2022
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  • Perkins, M, Wood, F, Griffin, B, Gus, E, Carney, B, Teague, W, Tracy, L. Variation in burn wound management approaches for paediatric burn patients in Australia and New Zealand. ANZ Journal of Surgery 92(4) : 753 -758 2022
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