Physiotherapists in the Princess Alexandra Hospital Intensive Care Unit (ICU) have trialled a new therapy to get critically ill patients moving sooner to combat some of the well-known complications for ICU patients.
This amazing team of PAH specialists have combined their knowledge, experience and research to save the life of Ben Avery who had one of the worst cases of thrombotic microangiopathy (TMA) from an Australian snake bite on record.
Early breast cancer survivors from across the country are about to benefit from the nurse-enabled shared-care model between cancer specialists and general practitioners (GPs) of breast cancer post treatment born out of the Princess Alexandra Hospital thanks to a new trial.
After ten years running the annual Global Postlarygectomy Rehabilitation Academy Workshop at Princess Alexandra Hospital, recent border closures forced the 2021 workshop online to the advantage of remote participants.
Princess Alexandra Hospital has been waging its own war on waste by introducing waste reduction and recycling initiatives throughout the hospital with diverting over two million kilograms of waste from landfill since 2017.