In what is sure to be a conversation starter and for some, a life changer, Dr Nikki’s second book will be released by Murdoch Books later in 2019. From the success of Can You Die of a Broken Heart?, this next book is sure to shake things up. Stay tuned for more details.
In 2019, Dr Nikki Stamp will be appearing on the new Channel 7 TV show, Operation Live. Details of the show will be shared as they come to hand. Later in the year, her second book, published by Murdoch Books, will be released.
Stay tuned for more details.
So many people have written in after ABC Catalyst to ask how they can support some of the great work done on the show. If you haven’t yet seen the episode, catch here on ABC iView.
For those wishing to support the scientists and causes, or learn more about those featured in our show, here’s how to do that.
To get behind the incredible Mat Bowtell, you can find his Facebook page here including links on how to donate to help him continue his work.
Read more about the first paralysed man to complete the London Marathon, Simon Kindleysides here.
To read more about some of the work being done by the scientists featured in the show, you can find them below:
You can see Dr Nikki Stamp in the December 2017 edition of Harpers Bazaar as one of their 2017 Women of the Year: Agents of Change. Featured amongst a group of 8 incredible Australian women who are pushing for the betterment of their worlds, the issue showcases their work.
In very exciting news, Dr Nikki Stamp's first book Can You Die of a Broken Heart? will be available through Murdoch Books in March 2018. The book will explore our most amazing organ, our hearts. Get ready to learn how amazing they actually are and how you can take care of yours.
'Heartbeat: The Miracle Inside You' is the 5th episode in the 2017 season of ABC's science show, Catalyst. Nikki is hosting this wonderful episode which showcases stories of patients from all walks of life. We'll see how heart surgery changes their lives and take a glimpse at what the best in science is bringing us to look after this vital organ.
Tune in to ABC at 8:30pm, Tuesday September 12th.
Dr Nikki Stamp is thrilled to be a part of the new ABC Catalyst science TV series. Join her on a journey through the heart to see what is new and exciting in heart disease and meet some exceptional people along the way.
Dr Nikki was very privileged to join over 2000 colleagues in Germany to speak at the critical care medicine conference SMACC. A great speaking gig, a great city and great education from a huge multidisciplinary team.
The July issue of Women's Health & Fitness magazine is out today - pick up a copy to see what Dr Nikki and a panel experts and brave road-testers have to say about the pros and cons of altitude training.
Breathe Magazine Australia has featured Dr Nikki's blog post called Practicing Kindfulness. You can subscribe online at the Breathe Magazine website or read more on the blog. This is a beautiful magazine with so much advice on healthy living and wellbeing and well worth checking out.