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PAH’s Simulation Service bringing Santa to training

PA Hospital’s Simulation Service is bringing some Christmas cheer to the Patient Assessment Program for the month of December.

Vickii Hughes NP

Nurse Practitioners supporting patients at Logan Hospital

Logan Hospital’s Nurse Practitioners are doing ‘much more’ than you might think to deliver high quality care traditionally provided by doctors to patients in the Emergency Department?

Jenny Andrews retires from PA Hospital after 45 years of service

After 45 years of service to the Princess Alexandra Hospital, Director of Nursing Jenny Andrews has embarked on retirement.

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Rehabilitating with native bees

A unique horticultural therapy program at the Princess Alexandra (PA) Hospital is integrating native bee hives into therapy and rehabilitation for their patients.

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Couple’s Cuddle Cot donation supporting other grieving families

Despite their enormous grief Naomi and Robbie Dickinson wanted to support other parents experiencing the loss of a baby.

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Forget Me Not: Our Lives Matter

An initiative to improve the way care is provided to patients living with delirium or dementia in Macleay Ward is progressing with a range of strategies developed by a working group of staff and consumers.

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Medical Imaging helping to ‘Close the Gap’

Staff from the Medical Imaging Department at Logan Hospital are helping to raise awareness of the importance of closing the gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with visible new uniform patches featuring Making Tracks artwork.

Dr Ishani Kaluthotage

Dr Ishani pursues passion for PNG healthcare

Logan Hospital Emergency Department doctor Ishani Kaluthotage has returned from representing Australia in the Lowy Institute AUS-PNG Emerging Leaders Dialogue.

PAH CNC Fellowship recognition

One of Princess Alexandra Hospital’s longest serving members of the Infection Control team has been recognised for her contribution to the field, receiving the highest honour within her professional group.

Codeine rescheduling proving positive at PAH

Results from a new study released this week show an 85% reduction in presentations at the Princess Alexandra Hospital related to lower dose codeine products (>30mg) since they were rescheduled in early 2018.

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