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Lauren Breathes life into CPR education: Nurse Educator Profile

CPR and cupcakes may seem like a strange combination but for Redland Hospital Nurse Educator Lauren Jones, they’re what keeps her going.

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PAH staff run for skin cancer research

PAH staff run for skin cancer research

On Thursday (23 November), more than 200 people will sweat it out at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) as part of the annual Smiddy Fun Run for skin cancer research.

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Hats off to those who make transplants happen

The generosity of living and deceased organ and tissue donors and their families will be recognised this Sunday (19 November) as part of DonateLife Thank You Day.

Antibiotic resistance a threat

Antibiotic misuse is our greatest threat

The amazing medical leaps of the past five decades could be undone as a result of one major threat – antibiotic resistance.

Get moving to prevent pressure injuries

Get moving to prevent pressure injuries

Logan Hospital Occupational Therapists are working with patients at risk of pressure injuries or with existing pressure injuries and are reminding everyone that small moves are better than no moves on International STOP Pressure Injury Day today.

Sandie Lenehan farewell

Logan farewells Surgery Nursing Director

Much loved Nursing Director Sandie Lenehan bid farewell to Logan Bayside last week after more than 24 years to head south to a new role at Gold Coast University Hospital.

EN achieves credentialing

Jeanette reaches goal to become Australian first

Redland Hospital’s Jeanette Pickworth has become the first Enrolled Nurse in Australia to achieve credentialing from the Credentialing Organisation of Gastroenterology Nurses Ltd.

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Redland Hospital is forging the path for rural generalist doctors

Redland Hospital is the start of the country road for doctors training on the Queensland Rural Generalist Pathway.

Movember PAH

PAH staff move for Movember

Not everyone can grow a mo, but this Movember Princess Alexandra Hospital staff were showing how everyone can support men's health by taking on the MOVE challenge.

Danny Hindle ICU Outreach PAH

New intensive care educator improves safety

Princess Alexandra Hospital has employed its first Intensive Care Outreach Service Clinical Facilitator to maximise patient safety. 

Prof Stephen Lynch

PAH surgeon joins Organ and Tissue Board

Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) surgeon, Professor Stephen Lynch AC, has been appointed to the Australian Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation Board.

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