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Measles update for Metro South - Brisbane area

Metro South Health region currently has 25 confirmed cases of measles from Brisbane's southside, Logan and Redland Coast areas.

PA plays its part to reduce global threat

One of the biggest threats facing global health just happens to be from one of the cornerstones of medicine. Antibiotic resistance is a problem plaguing our society that is being highlighted this week through World Antibiotics Awareness Week.

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Waste Management Team celebrated for Green initiatives

The Princess Alexandra Hospital Waste Management Team have been recognised at the annual Metro South Health awards for their waste reduction and sustainability improvement program across the hospital campus.

PA Hospital treatment plan for breast cancer survivors trialled across Australia

Survivors of early breast cancer will take part in a new nationwide study, led by clinician researchers at the Princess Alexandra Hospital to trial a shared care model between cancer specialists and GPs for their follow-up care.

Suicide prevention will be in focus at Addiction and Mental Health Services Research Symposium

The best minds in mental health and suicide prevention will discuss the importance of research to suicide prevention when more than 300 delegates come together at the Addiction and Mental Health Research Symposium at Princess Alexandra Hospital tomorrow.

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Accolades for Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Princess Alexandra Hospital Acquired Brain Injury Transitional Rehabilitation Service (ABI-TRS) has received the runner-up award at this month’s Premier’s Awards for Excellence.

Queensland Young Australian of the Year nominee – Luke Yokota

One of Princess Alexandra Hospitals own was announced this week as a nominee for the 2020 Queensland Young Australian of the Year through his work surrounding the inclusion of men in nursing.

Portable Scanner at PA Hospital

World-first portable brain scanner being trialled at PA Hospital

Princess Alexandra Hospital Clinicians are bringing the first portable brain scanner device to life, alongside a team of experts from EMVision and the University of Queensland’s school of IT and Electrical Engineering.

The #1 reason why men use their bowel screening kit

Princess Alexandra Hospital Director of Gastroenterology, Professor Gerald Holtmann, is urging Queenslanders to take advantage of the free Home Bowel Screening kits sent to over-50’s.

The ‘Ben’s’ take home People’s Choice Award at annual conference

The powerhouse nursing team from Princess Alexandra Hospital’s ROVE program, Clinical Nurse Ben Learmont and Registered Nurse Ben Horan, have been celebrated with a People’s Choice Award for their poster presentation on nurse-initiated sedation.

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