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Managing mild bleeding disorders at school fact sheet

Managing mild bleeding disorders at school fact sheet Managing mild bleeding disorders at childcare and school Activities and sports for the child with a mild bleeding disorder Participation is important to help children with a mild bleeding disorder build self-esteem and experience a sense of belonging. Physical activity is recommended, [...]

Tips for a smooth transition to high school

Starting a new school year can be hard at the best of times, but when it comes to transitioning from primary school to high school, a few more difficulties can come into play. Some young people find adjusting to a new environment straight forward, while others can find it challenging.

Managing haemophilia at school fact sheet

Managing haemophilia at school fact sheet Managing haemophilia at childcare and school Activities and sports for the child with haemophilia Participation is important to build self-esteem and experience a sense of belonging for children with haemophilia. Physical activity is recommended, as exercise is important to maintain a healthy weight, and [...]

Managing SCD at school fact sheet

Managing SCD at school fact sheet Managing SCD at childcare and school Participation at school and child care is key to building self-esteem and giving children a sense of belonging. It is important to maintain open communication with the family of a child with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD)so that they can thrive [...]

Jake

Jake, 18, has battled mental health issues since his early teens. When anxiety and depression overshadowed his life, he discovered his love of music and song writing helped boost his recovery.

Hospital art gallery showcases creativity of young patients

Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital patients are being encouraged to embrace the healing power of creative expression to help fill the walls of a unique new art gallery.

Ten years of Deadly Ears in Woorabinda

Children’s Health Queensland’s Deadly Ears indigenous child hearing health program has been helping Woorabinda children to listen, learn and talk for 10 years. To mark this milestone, the Woorabinda community today hosted a special thank you event for the Deadly Ears team at the Woorabinda Hospital.

Carbapenem-resistant pseudomonas fact sheet

Carbapenem-resistant pseudomonas fact sheet Carbapenem-resistant pseudomonas Pseudomonas aeruginosa (pseudomonas) is a bacteria commonly found in water and soil, and only causes an illness when someone’s immune system is not working as well as it should. Healthy people often carry this bacteria around without it making them sick. Pseudomonas can cause simple infections [...]

CHQ at Home

CHQ at Home The CHQ at Home team coordinates and provides a range of professional healthcare services in the home setting for children and young people in the broader Brisbane metropolitan area. The team is made up of nurses, doctors, support workers and allied health professionals. The service cares for patients who are medically stable to [...]

Integrated care in focus at international conference

Hundreds of clinicians, researchers, and healthcare managers from across the Asia Pacific region are in Brisbane this week for the first Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care, proudly co-hosted by Children’s Health Queensland.

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