PAH Chair in Cancer Nursing Prof Ray Chan is leading new research into how follow-up care for cancer survivors can be transformed via telehealth courtesy of a five-year $1.5 million National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Investigator Grant.
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).
Hundreds of Queenslanders who die from bowel cancer each year can be saved through regular screening, according to the latest National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) data reported by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
A new study conducted by PAH researchers to determine the efficacy of kidney disease treatment Allopurinol has shown the drug is ineffective which will mean just one less medication to be taken by up to 20 per cent of patients.
Older Australians entering the hospital system are being protected by the Older Persons Advocacy and Legal Service (OPALS), a special collaboration between Metro South Health and Caxton Legal Centre Inc.
Psychiatrist and Divisional Director Adult Mental Health at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Dr Manaan Kar Ray, is on a mission to save men’s lives. The starting point, he says, is having a simple conversation.
PAH Consulting Rheumatologist Professor Ranjeny Thomas has been awarded a Member of the Order of Australia in the General Division in recognition of her significant service to medical education and research, and to rheumatology.
Movement restrictions enforced throughout COVID-19 have had little impact on the PA Hospital Movement Disorders clinic with telehealth technology supporting patients with Parkinson’s Disease, tremors, dystonia and other movement disorders across the Sunshine State.
Princess Alexandra Hospital has unveiled the latest major step in the battle to address waste in healthcare with the addition of a new food waste dehydrator which will convert thousands of kilograms of food waste into soil and save the hospital about $50,000 a year.