Clinical Excellence Queensland is seeing out the year on a high having supported, showcased, or helped develop projects in almost every category of the Queensland Health and Department of Health Awards for Excellence.
As Christmas quickly approaches, our final patient safety education session for 2018 focused on efforts to prevent and better identify button battery ingestion and insertion.
Innovations in the delivery of acute care at home will be showcased at the 11th HITH Society Annual Scientific Meeting kicking off in Brisbane today.
Five-year-old St George boy Brodie Shepherd is on track to start prep next year thanks to occupational therapy and speech pathology provided locally by the South West Hospital and Health Service.
The Statewide Anaesthesia and Perioperative Care Clinical Network’s Quality Focused Interventions for the Relief of Symptoms Team (QFIRST) project received this year’s top innovation award at the annual Health Roundtable (HRT) Patient Safety Improvement Group meeting.
Happy Birthday to the Consumer Integrated Mental Health Application (CIMHA) which turns 10 tomorrow!
CED Improvement Fellows Michelle Padget, Jacqueline Marks and Michael Tresillian recently attended the International Society for Quality in Healthcare Conference.
We’re proud to announce Professor Bala Venkatesh and Dr Paul Lane have joined the Queensland Sepsis Program team!
Several Queensland health services have won awards at the 2018 International Hospital Federation (IHF) Awards, announced by IHF President Dr Francisco Balestrin (Brazil) in Brisbane yesterday.
Queensland's Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer has extended her congratulations to Gold Coast Professor Jennifer Fenwick, announced as the lead researcher in Australia in the areas of pregnancy and birth.