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World leading trial PAH rare cancers DNA tested

World-leading trial offers hope to patients with rare cancers

Princess Alexandra Hospital patients with rare cancers can now have their DNA tested to identify the potentially most effective treatment under a $50 million, national trial.

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PAH helps rural hospitals fight heart disease

PAH helps rural hospitals fight heart disease

Princess Alexandra Hospital is helping regional hospitals tackle Australia’s most common form of heart disease by arming them with the equipment and training to diagnose and track it.

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Remembering our patients

Last week, more than 200 people honoured the lives of patients who had died within the Metro South Palliative Care Service at a multidenominational remembrance service.

NAIDOC week

Traditional food brings patients and staff together

This NAIDOC Week, patients and staff from Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Spinal Injuries Unit celebrated the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with a cook-up inside the Occupational Therapy Kitchen.

New strategy to boost opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce

Metro South Health has launched a new strategy to improve employment, training and development opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

World first immunotherapy clinical trial - PAH news

Immunotherapy trial fighting infection in transplant patients

A world-first clinical trial that uses organ transplant patients’ own immune cells to ward off viral infection could revolutionise treatment for patients who would normally face a lifetime of medication.

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PAH staff tackle healthcare topics with ‘honours’

Thirty-three Princess Alexandra Hospital staff have the opportunity to lead the change they want to see in healthcare after receiving university scholarships to tackle present and emerging healthcare issues. 

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Bridge to Brisbane: PAH patients and staff to run together

Patients and staff from Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Movement Disorders Unit will hit the streets at this year’s Bridge to Brisbane to raise awareness and funds for degenerative neurological conditions.

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PAH staff ‘Be aware, take care’

A new staff safety campaign is helping Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) staff to stay safe while traveling to and from work after-hours.

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Clinical Services Excellence Team takes top eHealth award

Metro South’s Clinical Services Excellence Team (CSET) has won eHealth’s eAward of the Year for helping to integrate new computer-based interactive reports (dashboards) into ‘business as usual’ practice.

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Mate against mate, ward against ward

Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is bringing State of Origin’s competitive spirit and excitement to patients and staff.

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