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Inside one of PA’s busiest clinics

The Princess Alexandra Hospital Infusion Service has relocated to the Clinical Research Facility in R wing to continue administering an average of 480 infusion treatments each month.

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Corona Crusaders fight on the frontline

The medics in the trenches of Queensland’s war against COVID-19 are surprisingly fresh-faced and have a cheeky sense of humour.

PA Hospital’s newest Psychiatry Registrar hits the ground running

Doctor and Psychiatry Registrar, Liam Hackett, has kicked off his specialty at the Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Mental Health Unit.  

PA Hospital begins caring for COVID-19 patients at home

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Acute Care at Home team hit the road this month to visit confirmed COVID-19 patients recovering at home within the Metro South Health catchment.

PA Hospital committed to Closing the Gap with kidney health project

National Close the Gap Day is a chance to show solidarity with First Peoples by highlighting how our health service is investing into health solutions and engaging in meaningful partnerships to improve both health and happiness of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander consumers.

Supercharging flu vaccine for vulnerable Aussies

Respiratory researchers based at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and the Translational Research Institute (TRI) are leading a clinical trial to test a potentially simple and inexpensive solution to older people succumbing to influenza.

A dedicated nursing service for PA Hospital

Princess Alexandra Hospital offers a dedicated nursing team to target care for patients with dementia and delirium.

SLAM clinic celebrates a new milestone at PA Hospital

Patients of the Skin Lesion Assessment Management (SLAM) Clinic at Princess Alexandra Hospital can now have their follow up appointment from the comfort of their home thanks to a new method of care.

Nurse Navigator Profile – Dementia – Kelli Flowers

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s newest Nurse Navigator, Kelli Flowers, jokes that she ‘grew up in aged care' and, in reality, it’s not far from the truth.

PA toxicology unit celebrates reaccreditation

The Princess Alexandra Hospital Clinical Toxicology Unit is celebrating reaccreditation by the Australian College of Emergency Medicine to continue providing Special Skills Placement to emergency doctors.

World first Human trials commence for HPV-related head and neck cancers

Brisbane researchers are recruiting for a world-first human trial into head and neck cancer associated with Human Papillomavirus (HPV) using a completely new approach to treating this specific cancer with a HPV vaccine combined with an immunotherapy drug.

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