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QEII Hospital embraces new COIN for ED professional program

Staff at QEII Hospital have embraced the latest in communication techniques following the implementation of the COIN for ED professional program.

Queensland Multicultural Week 2015

Queensland Multicultural Week

African drummers, Indonesian dancers and international food stalls were showcased this week across Metro South Health facilities to highlight cultural diversity throughout our region.

Senior podiatrist Rita Raj at the QEII Foot Clinic

Foot clinic reducing hospital admissions

The newly opened Chronic Disease Brisbane South High Risk Foot Service at QEII Hospital is making significant advances to fight the battle against diabetes complications and reduce hospit

Associate Professor Graeme Macdonald with Matthew Wallen and trial participant John Weiland

Australian first trial at PA Hospital improving the outcome after liver transplant

Liver transplant patients are being encouraged to exercise at their sickest to give them the best shot at life after surgery.

Team approach to Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Team approach to Brain Injury Rehabilitation

Jacqueline Beitzl loves horses, reading, and beading; but she’s not into team sports since her brain injury in July last year.

Palaszczuk Government delivers $14.6 million brain injury funding boost

The Palaszczuk Government is delivering an extra $14.6 million to support Queenslanders living with brain injuries.

Profile on PAHs award-winning Magnet program

Profile on PAH's award-winning Magnet program

Achieving Magnet Designation for the third time, PAH revolves around nursing excellence, patient outcomes and quality of care.

CCRU Equipment Tracking

Digital integration at PA Hospital

Digital integration at PA Hospital is improving more than just equipment tracking – it is also improving efficiency of patient treatment.

Logan Street Directory launch

New guide gives support to community in need

A new guide designed to support those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness has been officially launched.

Physiotherapist Mark Nelson

Access to physiotherapy services in rural and remote areas

Access to physiotherapy services in regional and remote areas is set to improve thanks to an innovative PhD study by QEII Hospital physiotherapist Mark Nelson.