Approximately 70 participants from across Queensland came together at the eHealth Collaboration Hub for the first Telehealth and Virtual Care Strategy Stakeholder Workshop.
The Queensland Health Spirometry Training Program held a session at Mackay Base Hospital.
Queensland hosted the 11th Annual Hospital in the Home (HITH) Scientific Conference 2018 in Brisbane on 22 – 23 November with the engaging theme of LEARN: Lead, Engage, Aspire, Research and Negotia
Hospital in the Home service representatives from across Queensland came together for a second Statewide HITH Workshop to further contribute to co-designing solutions to common statewide HITH chall
The Statewide Renal Clinical Network Forum was held on Thursday 15 November 2018. The event brought together 85 enthusiastic stakeholders with 11 participating via webcast.
The Statewide Diabetes Clinical Network Forum was held on 14 November 2018 to coincide with National Diabetes Day. The forum reviewed the achievements of the diabetes network, examined the digital world of diabetes, and discussed what’s next for the network.
Discussions from the Queensland Clinical Senate’s November 2018 meeting, Queensland: The digital state, has resulted in the development of clinical charter to guide digital health.
Bringing digital health to the bush: Leaving no-one behind, organised by the Statewide Rural and Remote Clinical Network, was held on 8 November 2018.
The Statewide Maternity and Neonatal Clinical Network Forum, held on 1–2 November 2018, had more than 150 clinicians and healthcare leaders from across Queensland in attendance.
The Statewide Dementia Clinical Network Forum was held on 26 October 2018. The forum discussed the achievements of the network, examined a new drug trial and research on the care of dementia patients, and discussed what’s next for the network.
The Queensland Emergency Department Strategic Advisory Panel (QEDSAP) Forum was held on 23 and 24 October 2018 at the State Library, South Brisbane.
Twenty representatives from Queensland rural and remote hospitals met in Brisbane on 15 October 2018, for a workshop focused on supporting specialist outpatient and elective surgery management.
More than 180 allied health professionals from across Queensland came together for the annual Allied Health Clinical Education Forum on Friday 12 October 2018.
We proudly supported the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association and the International Hospital Federation to host the 42nd World Hospital Congress in Brisbane.
Queensland's Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer and Queensland Nurses and Midwives Union jointly presented on the Queensland RIPEN Transition Plan.
The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia and the Queensland Nurses and Midwives Union joined the Queensland Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer in Cairns for a stakeholder forum.
The Queensland Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, Queensland Nurses and Midwives Union, and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia recently held a stakeholder forum in Brisbane.
The Statewide Surgical Services Forum, held on 14 September 2018, was attended by more than 100 senior Queensland Health clinicians.
Recently we hosted 56 Clinical Prioritisation Criteria (CPC) Coordinators and key stakeholders from across Queensland for the sixth CPC Learning Session.
The Sepsis Breakthrough Collaborative's first learning session was held on August 30 and 31.
The Second Persistent Pain Management Forum hosted by the Statewide Persistent Pain Management Clinical Network was held in Townsville on August 3.
Townsville hosted this year’s second Telehealth Coordinator and Medical Lead Forum on 2 August 2018.
This workshop covered the Infant Mortality Subcommittee's (IMSC) findings into infant deaths in Queensland, and the issues around service delivery and continuum of care.
More than 150 clinicians and consumers attended the Queensland Clinical Senate's 'Managing the pain of opioids' meeting in July, with delegates supporting the introduction of a statewide pain manag
David Covington, leader of international initiative "Zero Suicide" presented a special forum on suicide prevention.
The statewide Outpatient Business Practice Improvement Officers (BPIOs) and Elective Surgery Coordinators (ESCs) joined forces for the second time at their combined forum.
The Improving Quality of Care Workshop was held to inform work being undertaken through the Improving quality of care and choice of care setting for residents of aged care facilities with acute hea
The Statewide Rural and Remote Clinical Network forum focused on initiatives around the Advancing rural and remote health service delivery through workforce: A strategy for Queensland 2017-2020.
On 5 June the Statewide Clinical Networks held the Collaborating for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health forum in Brisbane.
Breast Care Nurses from across Queensland’s Hospital and Health Services recently united for the inaugural Breast Care Nurse Network meeting.
The Statewide General Medicine Clinical Network forum was held on 11 May 2018.
A collaborative forum for information sharing and advice to help build allied health research capacity within Queensland Health.
The Allied Health Education Forum provides an avenue for the development of partnerships between Queensland Health and the universities and TAFE institutes offering courses and programs in allied health professions.
This year the Clinical Excellence Division in partnership with the Health Services Chief Executive's Forum presented its second annual Clinical Excellence Showcase on April 19 and 20 at the Sofitel
The Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ) hosted a one-day allied health assistant (AHA) workshop on 23 March 2018.
The Statewide Dementia Clinical Network forum was held on March 23 2018.
The Allied Health Expanded Scope of Practice Showcase provides an opportunity for attendees to learn more about the new and innovative expanded scope of practice projects funded by AHPOQ.
The Allied Health Mental Health Scope of Practice Forum showcased mental health models of care that optimise the scope of practice for all health professionals.
More than 150 senior clinicians and health system leaders have joined a strategic conversation to redesign Queensland’s clinician leadership framework.
The Statewide Gastroenterology Clinical Network works to develop strategies to improve gastrointestinal endoscopy access in Queensland public hospitals.
The Digital Healthcare Improvement Network (DHIN) forum is an annual event hosted by the DHIN to enable experts in and users of digital healthcare to come together.
The first learning session for the Zero Suicide in Healthcare Multi-site Collaborative was held in Brisbane on 13 and 14 February 2018.
The 2017 Statewide Maternity and Neonatal Clinical Network Forum featured a range of interesting presentations from experts in the maternity and neonatal fields, including a panel focusing on informed consent and patient autonomy.
Understanding the underlying reasons for marked differences is critical to improving the quality, value and appropriateness of care.
As part of their commitment to supporting nursing and midwifery graduates as they enter the workforce, our Office of the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer (OCNMO) hosted a special workshop in Bri
Issues related to Rural and Remote Health Workforce were discussed, developed and debated wholeheartedly at the Rural and Remote Clinical Network Forum held on the 30th November 2017.
The FRAIL multisite collaborative learning session provided an opportunity for collaborative project sites to share their learnings about the FRAIL bundle of care.
Clinicians from across Queensland attended the Statewide Dementia Clinical Network Forum in Brisbane that explored the theme: 'Care outside of hospital - the other 98 per cent'.
Our Child and Youth Clinical Network held their annual forum on 8 November. This year’s theme was 'Culture for kids: integrated communities and systems', attracting more than 100 people.
This November the International Foundation for Integrated Care will present the first Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care with co-host Children’s Health Queensland and support from CED.
The 10th Health Services and Policy Research (HSRAANZ) conference concluded on the Gold Coast on Friday 3 November 2017.
The annual Allied Health Clinical Education Forum provides an opportunity for allied health clinical educators to share clinical education initiatives.
On Friday October 13 our Statewide Respiratory Clinical Network hosted their annual forum, attracting almost 70 health professionals from the across the state.
Nurse Unit Managers and Maternity Unit Managers from across Queensland came together for the NUM/MUM Summit, which was supported by the Queensland Nurses and Midwives' Union.
In an effort to prevent falls we united falls prevention experts from three nations to help clinicians translate knowledge into practice.
The Queensland Emergency Department Strategic Advisory Panel (QEDSAP) hosted an invitation-only workshop on 1 September to set the strategic direction for emergency care in Queensland.
Emergency physicians from across the state came together on August 31 to discuss challenges and opportunities regarding the care of children in emergency departments (EDs).
The 2017 Cancer Forum ‘Data – do you see what I see?’ was hosted in partnership by our Statewide Cancer Clinical Network and the Central Integrated Regional Cancer Service (CIRCS).
More than 150 people attended the Statewide Paediatric Sepsis Forum on 21 August 2017 to discuss the challenges, gaps, and strategies in preventing, recognising and treating children with sepsis.
The annual Statewide Surgical Services Forum saw Queensland clinicians and departmental leaders come together to explore the Sustainability of Surgical Services.
More than 120 rural and remote clinicians united at the Mercure Hotel Townsville for the annual Statewide Rural and Remote Clinical Network forum.
Hundreds of health professionals from across Queensland converged on the Mercure Hotel North Quay on 1 and 2 June for the very first Clinical Excellence Showcase.
The Sepsis Forum was designed to raise awareness and build impetus for action to improve outcomes for sepsis in Queensland.
The Maternity Services Forum 2016 was convened in response to concerns about a range of issues related to public maternity service delivery.