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  1. Phyllis Dorothy Cilento, Lady Cilento (née McGlew; 13 March 1894 – 26 July 1987) was an Australian medical practitioner, prominent medical journalist, and pioneering advocate of family planning in Queensland. In August 2018, about 900 staff at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in Brisbane, Queensland called for the hospital to ...

    • Journalism and advocacy of health of mothers and children
    • Medical practitioner
  2. English: Phyllis Cilento was a medical practitioner and medical journalist in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

  3. Phyllis Dorothy CILENTO. Also known as: née McGlew, Lady Cilento, Lady C., Mother M.D., Medical Mother. Born: 13 March 1894. Died: 26 July 1987. Special Achievements: First Queenslander of the Year (1981) and Queensland Senior Citizen of the Year (1987). She was awarded a medal of merit by the Australian chapter of the Legion of Frontiersmen ...

  4. Phyllis Cilento. McGlew (Cilento) was born on 13 March 1894 at Rockdale, to Charles Thomas McGlew, shipbroker and coal merchant, and his wife Alice Lane, née Walker. Dr McGlew qualified in medicine at the University of Adelaide (MB, BS, 1918).

  5. Phyllis Margaret Cilento (23 December 1923 – 21 November 2006) was an Australian painter and printmaker. Biography. Cilento was born in Sydney, Australia on 23 December 1923. She studied at East Sydney Technical College. In 1947, Cilento went to New York on a Travelling Scholarship.

    • Painting, printmaking
    • 21 November 2006 (aged 82), Melbourne, Australia
  6. Cilento's wife Phyllis in 1943. In 1918, whilst they were both studying medicine at the University of Adelaide, Cilento became engaged to, and on 18 March 1920 at St Columba's Church of England, Hawthorn he married Phyllis McGlew, [8] who also became a well-known medical practitioner and medical writer.