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Dr Runnegar chairs fight against COVID-19 in Queensland

Infectious Diseases Specialist and Microbiologist Dr Naomi Runnegar is leading the fight against coronavirus in Queensland in her role as Co-Chair of the newly established Statewide Clinical Infection Network (SCN).

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QEII employment creating pathways for locals

From homeless to hopeful, local man Nathan Talbott is setting a shining example in the community, rapidly rising through the ranks of Operational Services at QEII Hospital.

GEDI’s form part of the Order at QEII

May the force be with the over 75’s on Brisbane’s southside thanks to the new GEDI which landed at QEII Hospital last month.

PAH donates lifesaving equipment to Sierra Leone

Princess Alexandra Hospital has made a life changing donation to the main hospital of Sierra Leone with a staff member making the journey to her home country to donate the medical equipment to Kambia Hospital.

GEDI’s harnessing the power at PAH

GEDI nurses have been launched at Princess Alexandra Hospital, mobile phone at the ready, and skills honed to protect frail and elderly patients from delays in admission for specialist care in our clinical universe.

QEII Hospital dementia nurse navigator

QEII patients benefit from decades of dementia knowledge

With 37 years of dementia management under her belt, QEII Hospital Dementia Nurse Navigator, Diane Evans is making a world of difference to the growing number of patients who need care and ongoing management for this ever-prevalent condition.

QEII Patients staying on top of their fluids

As patient charts make the transition from paper to digital platforms, QEII nursing staff are getting patients involved in recording of their own fluid intake.

Rebecca Speech Pathologist

Rebecca has an eye on little CALD patients

There are always plenty of amazing patient centred projects on the go at Logan Hospital and now, thanks to Planetree/HEAU Microgrants, even more are taking off to assist our culturally and linguistically diverse patients.

Patient transport options PAH

Patient transport options drive improvements to Close the Gap

Transport options at Princess Alexandra Hospital are driving a positive change in the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients attending appointments or procedures.

Redland recognises Childrens Day

Redland recognises National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children's Day

First observed in 1988, Children’s day recognises the importance of passing on the rich traditions and customs from generations past and present.

Redland Hospital has hosted another successful Health Inspiration Day

Redland Hospital has hosted another successful Health Inspiration Day for students from across the Bayside

School Based Trainee Program site Co-ordinator and Assistant Director of Nursing Karen Webster said 27 students from 9 schools attended the latest event, the third since the School Based Trainee Program was reintroduced in 2015 after ending in the 1990s.

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