The 62nd annual PAH Health Symposium wrapped last Friday after four big days of keynote sessions and panel discussions centred around this year’s theme, Medicine and Wellness: Promoting whole of person well-being.
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QEII ED physio Loren will see a patient who has had a
In recent years, there has been a notable rise in the instance of inflammatory bowel disease with many patients suffering severe, and frequently debilitating, chronic gastrointestinal sym
Professor H. Peter Soyer has been awarded the 2023 Silver Medal by the Australasian College of Dermatologists (ACD) – its highest award.
Australasia’s first Familial Melanoma Clinic based at PA Hospital is reducing the risks for families of known melanoma patients thanks to the introduction of a genetic counsellor.
The QEII Research Symposium has, once again, demonstrated the appetite for research at the hospital, highlighting research projects with the aim to better patient experience.
The treatment of upper limb injuries in emergency departments could soon be enhanced thanks to a new study at Redland Hospital.
The first patient of an ongoing clinical trial has recovered well following world-first sutureless nerve repair surgery performed at Princess Alexandra Hospital.
QEII Hospital, home to the only multidisciplinary public clinic treating pelvic floor disorders, is aiming to improve the lives of sufferers by investigating the importance of a
PA Hospital career researcher, Professor Ruth Hubbard, is celebrating after being awarded a Metro South Health Research Project Grant to further her research in supporting the better care
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