The Maternity Summit 2019 was organised at the request of the Honourable Steven Miles MP, Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services. It was a chance to share the progress and achievements from the Statewide Maternity Service Forum 2016, and present the Rural Maternity Taskforce deliverables.
Queenslanders will have more support and greater access to kidney services thanks to the statewide Advancing Kidney Care 2026 (AKC2026) Plan, launched recently.
The transformation of a southeast Queensland hospital has seen specialists actively seeking to work there.
Queenslanders with, or at risk of developing, kidney disease will have more support and greater access to services thanks to the new statewide Advancing Kidney Care 2026 Plan launched on 6 June 2019.
Some of Queensland’s future healthcare leaders participated in an ‘amazing’ leadership program in Sydney recently, with a strong focus on patient-centred care.
A multifaceted, multidisciplinary team training program, sponsored by Clinical Excellence Queensland, is using ‘real life’ scenarios in operating theatres to improve team communication and service
We’re seeing out the final day of National Palliative Care Week 2019 with a look at the importance of supporting the bereaved after a loved one has died.
Today we continue our focus on National Palliative Care Week with a look at a very important component of end-of-life care: enabling dying at home.
We’re continuing our focus on end-of-life care as part of National Palliative Care Week. Today we’re shining the spotlight on a Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service project Terminal phase care pathway in the Emergency Department.
Approximately 3,700 Queensland families are living with a child or young person with a life-limiting condition. The emotional, physical and financial struggle for these families is immense.