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Program to improve health care for hearing impaired and deaf patients

Logan Hospital has launched its Be Heard: Safe Communication program to improve health service delivery to hearing impaired and Deaf patients.

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ED nurses part of vital new Resus training program

A new ED Resus training program is giving frontline nurses important exposure to the realities of caring for intubated patients in emergency situations.

Farewell Mike Kerin

Tomorrow, Friday September 27, marks Mike Kerin’s last day as Facility Manager of QEII as he retires after more than 50 years in the service of Queensland Health.

PA Turning Pink this October

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, PA is turning pink! Staff, students, patients, everyone at PA is being encouraged to wear pink on Wednesdays until the end of the month in recognition of the world-class care and research available for our breast cancer patients right here at the PA Hospital.

PAH recognised for high quality intern training

PA Hospital has retained its accreditation from Prevocational Medical Accreditation Queensland (PMAQ) for providing education and training for interns.

What you may not know about pharmacists

Determined to debunk the misconception that pharmacists just put labels on boxes, Metro South Health’s Sara Sullivan is using World Pharmacists Day to lift the lid on their vital role.

New Nurse Navigator brings 40 years experience to QEII

With close to 40 years of nursing experience under her belt, QEII Hospital’s newest Nurse Navigator Bea Stenvert, knows her stuff when it comes to frequent presenters to ED and complex needs.

QEII employment creating pathways for locals

From homeless to hopeful, local man Nathan Talbott is setting a shining example in the community, rapidly rising through the ranks of Operational Services at QEII Hospital.

Katherine Brady Celebrates milestone at PAH

Ward 2D were in party-mode this week with much-loved Respiratory Nurse Unit Manager, Katherine Brady, celebrating 30yrs of service at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

Brisbane bushwalker’s story of survival

Seasoned bushwalker, Neil Parker (54) is smiling from the comfort of his Princess Alexandra Hospital bed after spending two days stranded and broken on a mountainside following a fall down a 6 mt high waterfall.

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