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Cardiac Nurse Robyn steps out to her own beat

Princess Alexandra Hospital Cardiology Nurse Practitioner, Robyn Peters is hanging up her stethoscope and pulsing to a new beat in retirement after 42 years of nursing.

Medicine Gathering transcends cultural boundaries at PAH

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Therapists are bringing time-honoured cultural education and healing therapies to patients at Princess Alexandra Hospital, with a bi-monthly Medicine Gathering event held at the campus Atrium. 

Transitional brain injury rehab service goes the extra mile for regional patients

Regional Brain Injury Rehabilitation Unit (BIRU) patients treated at Princess Alexandra Hospital are accessing Brisbane-based accommodation while transitioning out of hospital, thanks to the Acquired Brain Injury Transitional Rehabilitation Service (ABI TRS). 

The student and the teacher: Meet the PAH Endocrinologist delivering award-winning training

With a packed roster comprising an intern training program, two specialist clinics, ward cover and a Ph.D., PA Hospital’s Staff Specialist Endocrinologist Dr Jack Lockett has cultivated a rare talent for excelling at learning and teaching at the same time. 

A splash of blue breathes new life into Respiratory ward

Staff at PAH’s Neurosciences and Respiratory Wards unveiled the newly renovated 2D.1 conference room and balcony in a combined grand opening event this week.

SOmBER farewell from long time Alcohol and Drug Assessment team member

Clinical Nurse, Karen Dillman has given a so(m)ber farewell to PA Hospital’s Alcohol and Drug Assessment Unit (ADAU) after 20 years of service. 

PA dialled up the delight for R U OK Day

Adorable alpacas, fantastic food trucks and creative costumes lit up PA Hospital as teams across the campus went all-out to celebrate R U OK? Day on 14 September. 

ED staff check wellbeing pulse

The PA Hospital Emergency Department have provided evidence once again that their team love language is providing an explosion of thoughtfulness through food, colour and frivolity with yet another amazing event on R U OK? Day.

All-new online educational hub fast-tracks SCI care

The Queensland Spinal Cord Injuries Service (QSCIS) are streamlining spinal cord injury care information for clinicians with the launch of an all-in-one online educational hub

A day in the life of an ICU Physio

There’s never a dull day for an ICU physiotherapist according to Alison Blunt, Senior Physiotherapist at PAH who has spent more than 20 years in ICU care.