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Nicola Ward

Supportive workplace the key to success for PA Hospital orthopaedic surgeon

Dr Nicola Ward chose orthopaedics as a career as a fourth year medical student. Now, she is one of only three dozen or so female orthopaedic surgeons in Australia and Deputy Director of one of the nation’s busiest metropolitan orthopaedic departments.

New Clinical Research Facility at TRI

Clinical Research Facility Advancing Human Trials at PAH

The former labs of the R wing have been completely revamped to house the new Clinical Research Facility (CRF) of the Translational Research Institute.

Lorraine Stevenson

From Louisville, Kentucky to Logan Bayside - nurses set to benefit

Logan Bayside nurses are tipped to benefit from the Director of Nursing and Midwifery Service's recent attendance at the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Pathway to Excellence conference.

PA Hospital study to help the recovery of breast cancer patients

Princess Alexandra Hospital is about to launch a pioneering study that looks at how changing lifestyle factors can help the recovery of breast cancer patients.

Inflammatory bowel disease event

Exciting times for research into inflammatory bowel disease

Five million people live with incurable inflammatory conditions such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis and today we unite with 40 countries across the globe to mark World IBD Day.

Allied health: inspiring the next generation

Our allied health team speak about why they love their jobs, what drives them in their professions and the amazing things they see on a daily basis.

Breast Cancer Screening and Bowel Cancer Screening representatives from Metro South Health

Women reminded to make their own health a priority

Budding leaders of Queensland Health were reminded to make their own health a priority as they gathered at the Aspiring Women’s Leaders Summit today.

PA Hospital offers Queensland's first Gamma Knife® for cancer patients

Princess Alexandra Hospital is the home of Queensland’s first Gamma Knife®, a non-invasive alternative to neurosurgery which uses radioactive sources to treat brain tumours.

New physio model to deliver shorter wait at the emergency department

A new service to be introduced to Redland Hospital emergency department this month will mean a shorter wait for patients with musculoskeletal conditions.

Dr Clair Sullivan

PAH advancing research into the Four-Hour NEAT Rule

PA Hospital’s (PAH) enormous investment into the Emergency Department front line may have seen it crowned the most improved in Australia for compliance with National Emergency Access Targets (NEAT); but it is a research project that now has PAH at the forefront of discussions around the four-hour rule.

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