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.
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.
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.
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.
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.