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One year of ROVE Response to Occupational Violence at PAH

Princess Alexandra Hospital’s Response to Occupational Violence Emergencies (ROVE) initiative is celebrating one year of preventing, responding and reporting incidents across four trial departments within the Hospital.  

Logan Hospital nurse releases first book

Logan Hospital nurse releases first children's book

By day Hayley Matthews cares for patients as a nurse in Logan Hospital’s Renal Unit but in her spare time she has a secret passion that she can finally share with little people everywhere.

Dishing out biodegradable options at QEII Hospital

In a major win for the environment, QEII Hospital has introduced a new sustainably and structurally superior kidney dish made from cardboard.

QEII Patients staying on top of their fluids

As patient charts make the transition from paper to digital platforms, QEII nursing staff are getting patients involved in recording of their own fluid intake.

PAH volunteer in the spotlight for National Volunteer Week

The Princess Alexandra Hospital is lucky to have 150 active volunteers dedicating over 30,000 hours each year to 40 different units across campus.

Prize winner in good company at the PA Hospital

Senior Registrar at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Michael Humphreys, has been awarded the highest honour from the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine for his efforts.

Adele Bentham

Logan-Beaudesert Hospitals supporting Domestic Violence Prevention Month

Metro South Health hospitals are continuing to provide vital support to women, children and men experiencing domestic and family violence.

2B bedside audit success satisfaction PI and falls

The key to safely managing high risk orthopaedic patients

Nursing staff in Orthopaedics Ward 2B are celebrating continued success in positive change management after receiving great results in the 2018 Queensland Bedside Audit (QBA).

Brisbane Researchers targeting 200 per cent increase in Human Papillomavirus head and neck cancers

Brisbane cancer researchers are advancing human trials to treat Human Papillomavirus (HPV) associated cancers of the head and neck using a novel therapy of combining a newly developed HPV vaccine with immunotherapy.

New faces for Metro South Health Board

An experienced Queensland Rheumatologist and a health ethics expert have joined the Metro South Hospital and Health Board.

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