A joint initiative between Queensland’s Promoting Value-based care in Emergency Departments (PROV-ED) Project and the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) is going national!
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, there has been significantly more talk about the importance of taking care of our physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing. But we’re not often reminded of the need to take care of our oral health
The first-ever Transforming Emergency Departments towards Cultural Safety (TECS) meeting was held on 8 February, to develop a shared vision of collaboration to improve the health outcomes of First Nations peoples in Queensland.
Having settled back down in his hometown of Zurich, former Chair of the Paediatric Sepsis Clinical Advisory Group and Paediatric Intensivist at the Queensland Children’s Hospital, Assoc.
After 11 years at the helm of the Statewide Maternity and Neonatal Clinical Network, Chair Professor Rebecca Kimble will hand over the reins to incoming co-chairs Dr Peter Ganter and Ms Amanda Ostr
A new campaign has been launched to help educate families and health professionals about paediatric Type 1 Diabetes.
“How come you didn’t attend your last appointment?” is a frequently asked question in healthcare. In fact, each year in Queensland thousands of outpatient appointments are missed or forgotten.
A joint study between CEQ’s Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Service (PSQIS), the University of Chicago and three hospital and health services has proven the validity of one of Queensland’s c
Queensland Health’s Paediatric Sepsis Project has won a global award for its valuable contribution in the fight against sepsis.