This year marks the 14th anniversary of the partnership between The Forde Foundation and Queensland Health, which ensures former child residents of Quee
Empowering nurses to take the lead in tackling 21st century health challenges is at the heart of the Nursing Now campaign.
A new specialist skin cancer clinic at Brisbane’s Princess Alexandra Hospital has officially opened today, thanks to funding from the Futures Project Opportunity.
Clinical Excellence Division staff have been acknowledged for their hard work and commitment with an Australia Day Achievement Award, received today.
Several news articles from across Queensland are highlighting problems with emergency department (ED) performance.
Queensland’s first Chief Clinical Information Officer, Professor Keith McNeil, has started in his new role.
Our Healthcare Improvement Unit will add another trophy to the shelf, taking out the 'Innovative leadership and workforce' award at the 2017 Queensland Health and Department of Health Awards for Excellence.
Patients and general practitioners (GPs) are benefiting from a new Queensland Health initiative designed to improve post-hospital patient care, with some users labelling it a 'game-changer'.
Hospital and health leaders from around the globe are heading down to Brisbane next year for the 42nd World Hospital Congress.
A CED project team led the development of the new Care at End of Life campaign which aims to raise awareness about the importance of discussing and planning for care at the end of life.