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.
The pilot session of a new open disclosure training program has taken place on the Sunshine Coast.
More than 300 Nurse and Midwifery Unit Managers from across Queensland came together in October for the 2017 NUM/MUM Summit.
The pilot participants of Queensland Health's new Nursing and Midwifery Exchange Program have returned home, with fourteen new nurses getting ready to pack their bags.
A strategic collaboration with jurisdictional health bodies and an internationally-renowned improvement science organisation has resulted in the first cohort of Queensland Health staff to graduate
Hospitals in the state’s southeast came together recently to discuss the establishment of Patient Access Coordination Hubs (PACHs) following the successful trial of a PACH by the Metro North Hospit