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.
May 19-25 is National Palliative Care Week with this year’s theme asking what matters most? Care at the end of life has undergone significant change in Queensland in recent years
The annual Passionate About Practice Symposium was held in Brisbane yesterday, uniting nurses and midwives from across the state to celebrate their professions.
Hospitals across the state went head-to-head in a ‘shark-tank’ style event held in Brisbane last week.
In the lead up to the 2019 Passionate about Practice Symposium, our Office of the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer ran a photo competition, designed to showcase the broad scope of the nursing an
A recent visit to Logan Hospital has shown its Future Hospital Program is making a real difference and creating an 'electric' atmosphere.
The first post for our focus on ED Wellness Week: coping in difficult times, written by Tracy from Metro South Hospital and Health Service.
HealthPathways – Queensland's online portal designed by general practitioners, for general practitioners – this month received its millionth pageview!