Queensland Health is working with consumers and clinicians across the care continuum to increase patient choice of care settings and the quality and safety of care provided.
Jocelyn Toohill the Director of Midwifery in the Office of the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer shares with us her experiences and why she became a Midwife.
High school students, nursing graduates and health professionals are encouraged to pursue careers in midwifery under new projects run by the Office of the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer.
Queensland has stepped up to the plate by accepting Nursing Now’s Nightingale Challenge 2020. Shelley Nowlan, Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, said Queensland was up to the task. ‘I am proud to say we are one of three Australian organisations to do so and an early adopter of the campaign.’
The Allied Health Rural Generalist Pathway supports hospital and health services to implement a comprehensive approach to service improvement, workforce development, and training in rural and remote allied health teams.
The Queensland Child and Youth Clinical Network held its annual forum on 1 August 2019. The Better together: Linking clinicians, consumers and systems theme saw more than 100 people attend either in person or via video conference.
The Statewide Anaesthesia and Perioperative Care Clinical Network’s Rural Perioperative Team Training Program (—sponsored by Clinical Excellence Queensland—aims to improve surgical outcomes for patients in crisis situations by promoting teamwork, communication and system design.
A suite of allied health clinical reference sets is now available from the Australian Digital Health Agency.
“In his seminal 1989 book, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Steven Covey identified a habit that separated the great leaders from the good. So, what is it?
Following its wildly successful Pitchfest, the PROV-ED Project will soon embark on a statewide tour to showcase the initiatives chosen for scale and spread across Queensland’s emergency departments.