Advancing Kidney Care 2026 won the Minister’s Award for Excellence, including a first prize of $50,000, at the Queensland Health and Department of Health Awards for Excellence.
The PROV-ED Project Team recently presented their eighth Innovation Showcase at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital Emergency and Trauma Centre (RBWH ETC) as part of their quest to promote value-based care in Queensland’s emergency departments.
The finalists for the 2019 Department of Health and Queensland Health Awards for Excellence have been announced, with Clinical Excellence Queensland (CEQ) having 11 nominees across 10 categories.
Did you know that just 30 minutes of pressure on one part of the body is enough to cause a pressure injury?
SWAPNet has gone global, with its Co-Chair, Dr Jane Elms, presenting at the World Airway Management Meeting in Amsterdam.
Queenslanders can now store all their important healthcare information in one place thanks to CEQ’s Care Alert Kit.
The Safer Baby Bundle is designed to address evidence practice gaps in stillbirth prevention and includes a series of evidence-based eLearning modules.
CEQ’s Care at End of Life Project continues to move from strength to strength having recently been nominated for a string of awards.
Improving kidney patient outcomes and kidney services in Central Queensland was the focus of a recent visit to Rockhampton Hospital by members of the Advancing Kidney Care 2026 (AKC2026) Project Delivery Team.
The Queensland Emergency Department Strategic Advisory Panel’s (QEDSAP) annual forum kicks-off today covering a wide range of issues and opportunities currently facing EDs across the state.