As noted by the NHMRC Revised Statement on Consumer and Community Involvement in Health and Medical Research, the benefits of consumer
This project was undertaken in partnership with the National Stroke Foundation (NSF) and the Queensland Clinical Stroke Network and aligned with the Quality and Safety Commission Acute Stroke Clini
Obesity has been identified as a global pandemic impacting the public health service of this century. Currently, 1 in 3 adult Queenslanders are considered overweight and another 1 in 3 is consider
The project involved redesigning the existing Chronic Disease Diabetes Model of Care to align with the MSH Service Plan. The project objectives were:
The MSH Dementia Services Strategy (the Strategy), builds upon the work undertaken by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services and Queensland Health in dementia services planning over recent
‘Patient information’ refers to written material in paper or digital formats that is provided to consumers.
Nearly 80% of patients with psychosis gain weight on antipsychotic medication and are two to three times more likely to develop cardiovascular disease or diabetes.
The maintenance of communication in Parkinson's disease (PD) requires a long term management plan, due to the progressive nature of the associated communication deficits.
The Integrated health strategy 2015 - 2017 is a living document that has been developed by the Integration team who are part of Metro South Hospital and Health Services (MSH) Planning, Engagement,
Metro South Health is the most culturally diverse area in Queensland with almost 1/3 of the local community born overseas (282,563 people).
Like many health care systems, Metro South Health’s approach to allocating resources has been based on historical patterns of use rather than current or projected data on demand and resource use.
Metro South Health will conduct a review of all research tissue banks, tumour banks and biobanks located on PAH campus.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our health care facilities now stand.
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