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PAH supporting World Environment Day with a range of sustainable initiatives

Princess Alexandra Hospital is dedicated to making continued sustainable changes to combat the single-use epidemic embodied by the healthcare sector.

Stamping out occupational violence at the PAH

Staff at Princess Alexandra Hospital are being commended for their commitment to stamp out occupational violence across campus.

PA Hospital staff fighting delirium in ICU patients

Staff at the Princess Alexandra Hospital are providing insight into delirium, the condition that currently affects up to 80 per cent of Intensive Care Unit patients that are mechanically ventilated.

One year of ROVE Response to Occupational Violence at PAH

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Response to Occupational Violence Emergencies (ROVE) initiative is celebrating one year of preventing, responding and reporting incidents across four trial departments within the Hospital.  

PAH volunteer in the spotlight for National Volunteer Week

The Princess Alexandra Hospital is lucky to have 150 active volunteers dedicating over 30,000 hours each year to 40 different units across campus.

Prize winner in good company at the PA Hospital

Senior Registrar at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Michael Humphreys, has been awarded the highest honour from the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine for his efforts.

2B bedside audit success satisfaction PI and falls

The key to safely managing high risk orthopaedic patients

Nursing staff in Orthopaedics Ward 2B are celebrating continued success in positive change management after receiving great results in the 2018 Queensland Bedside Audit (QBA).

Brisbane Researchers targeting 200 per cent increase in Human Papillomavirus head and neck cancers

Brisbane cancer researchers are advancing human trials to treat Human Papillomavirus (HPV) associated cancers of the head and neck using a novel therapy of combining a newly developed HPV vaccine with immunotherapy.

Tammy Lye-James retirement

Retirement after 32 years puts the icing on the cake

You may know her best for serving up a world class cupcake to Support the Duck Stop Cancer but after 32 years at Princess Alexandra Hospital, ESO Tammy Lye-James will be setting aside her keyboard.

Cardiac Rehab Program after heart attack_PAH

Cardiac Rehab Program getting patients back on the tools

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program is helping hundreds of patients each year to return to work after a life-saving procedure for heart attack.

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