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Metro South Health (MSH) has established the “MSH Drugs and Therapeutics Committee”, a multidisciplinary committee design to provide o
Redland-Wynnum implemented waste management initiatives that were creative, built enthusiasm and engendered good waste management practises across the facilities.
The Physiotherapy Pelvic Health clinic is a primary contact clinic designed to improve patient clinical outcomes and their health care journey.
There is an ongoing need to explore and evaluate recruitment and selection practices to ensure we are performing in line with best practice and continually improving our efforts.
The Integrated health strategy 2015 - 2017 is a living document that has been developed by the Integration team who are part of Metro South Hospital and Health Services (MSH) Planning, Engagement,
Like many health care systems, Metro South Health’s approach to allocating resources has been based on historical patterns of use rather than current or projected data on demand and resource use.
The maintenance of communication in Parkinson's disease (PD) requires a long term management plan, due to the progressive nature of the associated communication deficits.
The Division of Medicine Consumer Engagement Planning Group was convened as part of a divisional strategy aimed at improving customer service across the clinical areas through the creation, dissemi
The PAVE the Way Workforce Engagement Strategy focuses on developing and sustaining a strong, positive workforce culture to ensure Metro South Health has the capablity, culture and commitment requi
This project was undertaken in partnership with the National Stroke Foundation (NSF) and the Queensland Clinical Stroke Network and aligned with the Quality and Safety Commission Acute Stroke Clini
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