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Palliative care - PAH news

PAH encourages palliative care conversation

This National Palliative Care Week Princess Alexandra Hospital reached out to patients, visitors and staff with an interactive display to raise awareness and understanding about palliative care.

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1 million stars to end violence - PAH news

PAH helps make 1 million stars to end violence

Princess Alexandra Hospital staff put down their stethoscopes, reports and pens, and tapped into their creative side this week to show their support for the One Million Stars to End Violence project.

Ruth Jebb - PAH news

PAH nurse receives Florence Nightingale Medal from the International Red Cross

Princess Alexandra Hospital Emergency Department Clinical Nurse Consultant Ruth Jebb is one of 39 nurses from 22 countries to receive the prestigious Florence Nightingale Medal awarded for exceptional courage and devotion to the sick, wounded or disabled in conflict and disaster zones.

Radiation bunker - PAH news

Staff photography changes outlook on radiation bunker

The treatment rooms in the Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Radiation Department have had a makeover thanks to the photographic talents of past and present staff.

Broncos players visit Bruklan Marshall - PAH news

Young footy fan lives out dream of meeting Broncos at PAH

Two Broncos players, Jordon Kahu and Moses Pangai, payed a special visit to the Princess Alexandra Hospital Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit to see 18-year-old Bruklan (BJ) Marshall today.

Rita Hwang - PAH news

Tele-rehab success for chronic heart failure patients

PA Hospital physiotherapist Rita Hwang has found tele-rehabilitation to be just as effective as traditional hospital outpatient-based rehabilitation for chronic heart failure patients. The telehealth virtual class even had a better attendance rate.

National Volunteer Week - PAH news

PAH celebrates National Volunteer Week

Princess Alexandra Hospital has 150 volunteers who generously donate their time daily, weekly or monthly to Give Happy and Live Happy (the National Volunteer Week theme). Together they work more than 2,500 hours each month across 40 different locations in the hospital.

Red 25 - PAH news article

PAH takes on Red25 Health Services Blood Challenge

Princess Alexandra Hospital Event Manager and regular donor Adele Cumerford, understands more than most how important blood donation is. Her father was diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia in 2002 and required countless blood and platelet transfusions.

New anaesthesia technique a breath of fresh air for patients PAH news

New anaesthesia technique a breath of fresh air for patients

A team of anaesthetists at the Princess Alexandra Hospital have developed a world-first anaesthesia technique to make it safer for patients with obstructed airways to undergo surgery.

Making kidney health a priority PAH News

Making kidney health a priority

The Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Director for Nephrology Professor David Johnson is leading a world-wide push by experts to make kidney health a priority.

PAH urses attempt Oxfam 100km challenge - PAH news

PAH nurses attempt Oxfam 100km challenge

When they’re not at work caring for patients, four Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) nurses have been training hard for the Oxfam Trailwalker 100km challenge—hiking for up to 10 hours eac

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