Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is using innovative 3D printing to reduce unnecessary surgeries for complex trauma patients.
Quality of life prior to death in a patient’s setting of choice affects the patient and the mental and physical wellbeing of family.
There is an ongoing need to explore and evaluate recruitment and selection practices to ensure we are performing in line with best practice and continually improving our efforts.
Redland Hospital is committed to improving communication and access to health services for the hearing impaired and Deaf community.
New Technology at Princess Alexandra Hospital used in the treatment of breast cancer is protecting the heart from radiation doses used to treat cancer.
The increase in the frail, older population will pose a significant challenge to MSHHS to provide healthcare needs in an environment of constrained resources.
Engaging patients, visitors and staff on the ground in our hospitals is one of our main communications challenges – we need to gain the attention of busy people in a hectic, stressful environment w
Staff at QEII Hospital have been working hard to improve the nutrition of patients with their Feed not Fast project.
This Integrated Care Innovation Fund (ICIF) project aims to establish multidisciplinary Gastroenterology and Hepatology Integrated Care Clinics that provide a platform to identify clinically suitab
In a Queensland first, Logan Hospital has become the launch site for a Health Justice Partnership which supports women experiencing domestic and family violence.
My Care My Choices programme recognises that Advance Care Planning (ACP) needs to be embedded into routine care across all me
Due to the strong links between smoking and oral health disease, the Smoking Cessation Quality Improvement Payment (QIP) 2016/17 now i
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our health care facilities now stand.
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