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Digital records to go live at Queensland Children’s Hospital

Final preparations are under way for the Queensland Children’s Hospital next step towards its digital future with the introduction of the fully integrated electronic medical record (ieMR).

5 April 2018 |

Queensland bronchiolitis study to change care internationally

A landmark Queensland-led study into the emergency care and management of infants with bronchiolitis is set to change the way the disease is treated in hospitals internationally.

23 March 2018 |

Tiger cubs take a walk on the ‘ward’ side

Dreamworld’s new tiger cubs, Melati and Mya, ventured outside of their Tiger Island home for the first time today to pay a special visit to patients and families at the Queensland Children’s Hospital.

19 March 2018 |

Latest hearing test technology for every Queensland baby

Every child born in Queensland is now being tested with the latest and fastest hearing screening technology, thanks to a $1.1million investment by the Queensland Government.

28 February 2018 |

Hospital art gallery showcases creativity of young patients

Queensland 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.

27 November 2017 |

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.

27 November 2017 |
Last updated: 27 June 2017
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