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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In 2009, 1361 young people aged between 15 to 19 years were admitted to Queensland Hospitals with trauma injuries.
Metro South Hospital and Health Service (MSHHS) is the only HHS in Queensland investigating doctors’ health and wellbeing through a formal research program.
Metro South Health is the most culturally diverse area in Queensland with almost 1/3 of the local community born overseas (282,563 people).
Nearly 80% of patients with psychosis gain weight on antipsychotic medication and are two to three times more likely to develop cardiovascular disease or diabetes.
My Care My Choices programme recognises that Advance Care Planning (ACP) needs to be embedded into routine care across all me
The MSH Dementia Services Strategy (the Strategy), builds upon the work undertaken by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services and Queensland Health in dementia services planning over recent
Heart patients at Princess Alexandra Hospital are receiving the benefits of the world’s smallest pacemaker, which is just one-tenth of the size of a traditional device and doesn’t require leads.
‘Patient information’ refers to written material in paper or digital formats that is provided to consumers.
The Princess Alexandra Hospital is now home to Australia’s first 3D Avatar – a revolutionary skin cancer-detecting system.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our health care facilities now stand.
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