After three and half years as inaugural Chair of the Queensland Clinical Networks’ Executive (QCNE), Professor Liz Kenny AO will step down in April when Professor Ian Scott will take over the reins
This week marks Advance Care Planning Week, and as only 20 per cent of Queenslanders have an Advance Care Plan, it’s a timely reminder of the important role clinicians play in supporting those they care for to document their plans.
Today marks the beginning of Kidney Health Week which leads up to World Kidney Day on Thursday. This year’s theme is Kidney health for all, which is a timely reminder for us to celebrate some of the most successful services and models across Queensland that are helping to improve outcomes for their patients.
Today marks World Cancer Day which this year is aiming to raise awareness of the equity gap that affects almost every country and is sadly costing lives.
In celebration of National Nurse Practitioner Week 2021 Nicole Hutchinson is taking some time to reflect and appreciate the role of NPs and the support of her colleagues
The team at Clinical Excellence Queensland is thrilled to introduce the establishment of the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Clinical Network.
For children living with ongoing health concerns and their families, the transition to adult services is often a difficult and complex process.
Today kicks off World Antimicrobial Awareness Week; a global initiative designed to help stop further spread of antibiotic resistance.