MSH Project Exchange is an online space where Metro South Health staff share the innovative work they're doing (or have done) to improve health services and outcomes for staff, patients and the community.
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Developing and delivering a Person-Centred Care (PCC) Experiential Learning Program is a component of Metro South Health's commitment towards Planetree (an international organisation supporting PCC
The 2018 Living Healthier Lives Community Grants recipients include:
The Kombi Clinic Project
This project will establish Community Gardens and Wellbeing spaces across major Metro South Hospitals to enhance the natural landscape and engage both patients and staff with nature.
Originally developed and successfully piloted in the PAH Nutrition and Dietetics department, My Translation Rules used web-based / case study learning, and access to expert content / mentoring via
While Secure Messaging for external referrals into the Metro South Health Central Referral Hub is now available, other Metro South Health referral pathways that operate outside of the Hub do not cu
Access to coordinated care has been shown to improve outcomes for complex, frail older people. Successful programs are characterised by high quality, coordinated, multidisciplinary assessment and
This Integrated Care Innovation Fund (ICIF) project aims to establish multidisciplinary Gastroenterology and Hepatology Integrated Care Clinics that provide a platform to identify clinically suitab
The increase in the frail, older population will pose a significant challenge to MSHHS to provide healthcare needs in an environment of constrained resources.
Metro South Health is launching a large-scale engagement project involving consumers, clinicians and GPs to implement the Choosing Wisely principles and recommendations across the health service.
Following extensive stakeholder and community engagement, the Metro South Health (MSH) Board and Brisbane South PHN Board have endorsed the implementation of the Facing up to Chronic Disease progra
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