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Mosquiotos

World-first project brings mosquito monitoring to your backyard

Zika Mozzie Seeker   Set up egg traps in your home and help boost vital research into mosquitos that can spread diseases such as Zika and dengue.

Spinal injury awareness story Cory Mostran with Wallabies

Can’t is not a word that Cory uses: Spinal Injury Awareness

Patient Cory Mostran is 25 and has experienced one of the most significant sliding doors moments one can encounter in life.

Designer beds news article

Designer beds aren’t just for The Block

The Asbestos Disease Support Society has donated a humidifier and a Versa Care bed with integrated air mattress to the respiratory ward at PA Hospital which is the first bed of its kind t

Queensland Experts Showcased Acoustic Neuroma Conference

Queensland experts showcased at Acoustic Neuroma Conference

Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) highlighted its leading role in Queensland for the management of Acoustic Neuroma this week when it hosted more than 210 clinicians

Shane pushes for greater awareness

Shane pushes for greater awareness

While Shane Couch is a familiar face around Redland Hospital, he might now be a more familiar face across the Bayside.

Ben Panizza

Australian rainforest berry kills tumours in seven days

A single injection of a berry found in the Queensland Daintree rainforest has shown it can shrink and kill many types of tumours within weeks.

Child brushing teeth

Free dental scheme extended for Queensland children

Queensland children will continue to benefit from free dental care, after a Federal Government program was extended through to the end of 2016.

New traineeships in Operational Services benefits indigenous students

New traineeships in Operational Services benefits indigenous students

PA Hospital launched an exciting workforce training initiative this week to empower our youth and demonstrate Metro South Health’s commitment to cultural capability.

Dr Kari Jarvinen - Flu Season

Spike in Flu cases in Queensland

Winter may be almost over but the flu season continues on.  More than 9,000 Queenslanders have contracted a flu virus this year with 1300 in the past week.

Transformation of Jasmine Unit for ABI rehabilitation

Transformation of Jasmine Unit for slow-to-recover Acquired Brain Injury rehabilitation

Jasmine Unit has undergone a transformation which has resulted in it being reborn as a specialist slow-to-recover acquired brain injury rehabilitation unit.

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