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Inala CHC celebrates diversity to #InspireInclusion

This International Women’s Day, staff at the Inala Community Health Centre (CHC) Alcohol and Drug Service (ADS) and Needle Syringe Program (NSP) joined forces to #InspireInclusion with a

Decreasing Demand in Emergency with SAFE STEPS

A mental health research project at PA Hospital is stepping up the delivery of care for consumers in the community while decreasing the number of patients attending the ED.

Harmony Week

Harmony Week activity spotlights cultural communication

Two dynamic mental health workers are on a mission to transform cultural communication this Harmony Week.

The Governor thanks the Disaster Flood Team

The Governor and Scenic Rim Regional Council say thank you to the MSAMHS Disaster Flood Team

Last month, the Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services Disaster Flood Team was thanked by the Queensland Governor and Scenic Rim Regional Council for the vital role they played in delivering disaster response and recovery services following the significant weather events that impacted the region over the Christmas and New Year period.

Passionate Peer Support worker shares journey

Rochelle Kosega’s passion for helping others has driven her to excel as a Peer Support worker in the Logan Adult Wellbeing Team while also empowering her to confidently share her insights

MSH Addiction and Mental Health recognised for ground breaking research

A team of professionals from Metro South Health has been recognised for their ground-breaking research into the implementation of police mental health co-responder programs.
 

Logan Hospital's Alex Olson turns 11 (again)

Put your thinking caps on because we’ve got a riddle for you!!
 

MSH Announces 2024 Research Grants

Recipients of the 2024 MSH Research Grants were celebrated this week during a special event held at the Translational Research Institute at PAH.

Student placements playing pivotel role for psychology workforce

Student placements play a pivotal role in shaping the psychology workforce. For both the students and organisations, these experiences offer rich opportunities for students to acquire practical skills and industry-specific knowledge to help prepare them for their future goals.

AMHS patients make gains with new exercise equipment

Inpatients at Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Addiction and Mental Health Services (AMHS) unit are getting their heart rates and reps up with new exercise equipment installed at the unit’s East and West Wing courtyards in early September. 

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