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Artificial Intelligence lands at PAH

Australia’s first digital hospital, Princess Alexandra Hospital, is continuing to expand its technological footprint with the introduction of TESA the artificial intelligence (AI) robot into the Oncology clinic as part of a limited trial into how AI can assist healthcare into the future.

Research into early intervention for Brain Injury proving successful at PAH

A Princess Alexandra Hospital Speech Pathologist has led research into the effectiveness of strategy-based treatment for reading comprehension during the early rehabilitation phase for adults with acquired brain injury with all trial patients showing improvement over a six-week period.  

PAH undertaking its own 'War on Waste'

Princess Alexandra Hospital has been waging its own war on waste by introducing waste reduction and recycling initiatives throughout the hospital with a 600,000kg reduction in waste in 2018.

Anaesthetics perfusion training Dr Francesca Rawlins

PAH perfusionists leading the way

Princess Alexandra Hospital specialist training for cardiac anaesthetists offering a higher-level training in cardiac perfusion has resulted in new recognition as a Perfusion Centre of Excellence.

4D tours PAH to better understand patient flow

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Senior Nursing staff from Ward 4D have undertaken a pilot project this week to better understand patient flow throughout the hospital.

Mother gives the gift of life to her daughter for a second time

Eighteen-year-old Phoebe O’Connell, is celebrating her new lease on life after receiving the ultimate gift thanks to her mother, Katy, who donated a kidney to Phoebe after her kidneys were destroyed by Meningococcal.

Dr Darshan Shah

PAH Stroke Consultant appointed to Co-Clinical Chair Position

Stroke Consultant and leader of the stroke unit at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Dr Darshan Shah, has been appointed as the Co-Clinical Chair for the Statewide Stroke Clinical Network (SSCN).

Look Good Feel Better celebrates 25 years at the PAH

Look Good Feel Better is celebrating 25years at the Princess Alexandra Hospital having benefited close to 600 participants in the past 3 years alone.

Chronic Liver Disease on the rise in Queenslanders

The results of a nine-year study by QIMR Berghofer and Princess Alexandra Hospital show chronic liver disease is on the rise in Queensland, with a significant increase in patients admitted to hospitals, both public and private, for treatment.

Family kitchen warms the tummies of patients and families living with cancer

A passion project suggested by patients and championed by staff of Cancer Services has delivered a new Patient and Family Kitchen in Queensland’s busiest cancer treatment area at Princess Alexandra Hospital.

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