A seed planted during Jessie’s final year at university has finally sprouted 4 years later, resulting in a big decision to move from Brisbane to Mount Isa.
November 18–24 is World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW), and this year Clinical Excellence Queensland is challenging clinicians to consider their role in the fight against antimicrobial resistance.
November 14 — today — is World Diabetes Day and to mark the occasion, we’re exploring the intrinsic link between diabetes and foot health.
A chance secondment to the state’s Far North has seen oncology nurse Clinton Archer moving from the sunny Gold Coast to the even sunnier town of Roma.
Nine new nurses will undergo dialysis training in readiness to support the North West community thanks to Central Queensland and Townsville Hospital and Health Services and Clinical Excellence Queensland (CEQ).
Surgeons and perioperative nurses from across Eastern Australia will descend on Brisbane later this month at the first inter-jurisdictional Surgical Quality Improvement Program Collaborative meeting.
It is well known that Queensland has a growing and ageing population. According to statistics, by 2036 people aged 65 years and older will account for 20 per cent of the population.
As we see out Telehealth Awareness Week for 2022, today we showcase the excellent work of Central Queensland’s Specialist Palliative Care in Aged Care (CQ SPACE) and their use of telehealth to further their reach.
Queensland’s very own Siona Hardy has been granted a prestigious 2022 The Leslie J Fleming Churchill Fellowship!