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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Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) has found a screening App could improve the clinical management of head and neck cancer patients, providing an efficient and effective alternative to additional cl
A team of anaesthetists at the Princess Alexandra Hospital have developed a world-first anaesthesia technique to make it safer for patients with obstructed airways to undergo surgery.
Redland Hospital is committed to improving communication and access to health services for the hearing impaired and Deaf community.
This project will work to integrate a clinical care coordination approach combined with the use of technology and a capacity building partnership approach in the primary health care, hospital and c
This project supports staff to consistently consider the following when providing patient centered care:
This project will trial body worn cameras on security guards at the Princess Alexandra Hospital. These cameras are currently on the market and already being utilised by the Queensland Police Servi
Currently there are a large number of services within Metro South Health (MSH) undertaking wound care, without central co-ordination or pathways.
Metro South Health currently has high demand by health pofessionals and consumers to identify or develop mobile health (mHealth) apps that are user friendly, evidenced based and secure.
The wellbeing of our patients is our number one priority at Metro South Health.
Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) researchers are launching a world-first clinical trial aimed at improving recovery from spinal cord injuries.
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