The 'all teach, all learn' mentality of the Could this be sepsis? Breakthrough Collaborative continues to thrive, with the third learning session held in Brisbane last week.
Preventing up to 200 tragic stillbirths each year is the goal of the new Australian Safer Baby Bundle educational resources being launched in Canberra today, which is also International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.
Without the help of allied health professionals, Rosa Lachlan wouldn’t be able to live at home independently and be an active member of her community.
Today is the first ever World Patient Safety Day.
The saying goes that a parent knows best. When it comes to detecting deterioration in their child—and triggering the question ‘Could this be sepsis?’ in a clinician—that instinct can prove lifesaving.
The second—and last—day of Clinical Excellence Showcase 2019 kicked off with a breakfast where the Healthcare Improvement Community of Practice was launched.
The first day of the Clinical Excellence Showcase 2019 has just wrapped up. Showcase lets us come together to recognise and celebrate people delivering remarkable healthcare improvements across Queensland Health.
Katrina Hanson, known as ‘Teenie’ in the community, is a mental health worker at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Service in Mackay.
Queensland is the first jurisdiction in Australia to launch a sepsis awareness campaign. Could this be sepsis? was launched in June.
The bariatric surgery initiative aims to improve the health of approximately 260 Queenslanders living with both obesity and diabetes.