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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 |

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.

7 November 2017 |

Children’s burns unit honours pioneering surgeons

Queensland’s leading children’s burn unit has been officially named the Pegg Leditschke Children’s Burns Centre in honour of pioneering Brisbane burns surgeons Professor Stuart Pegg and Associate Professor Fred Leditschke.

2 November 2017 |

Leading medical science minds converge at Queensland Children’s Hospital

Up to 100 of the best medical science minds in the country converged at today’s third annual Children’s Health Queensland Research Symposium at the Queensland Children’s Hospital.

1 November 2017 |

Study to investigate using genetic markers to diagnose sepsis in children sooner

A landmark Queensland study will investigate whether genetics hold the key to faster diagnosis and treatment of sepsis which claims the lives of approximately one million children globally every year.

13 September 2017 |

Website to improve hearing loss journey for Indigenous children

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children diagnosed with a permanent hearing loss now have greater support in accessing vital early intervention services, thanks to a new website launched by Children’s health Queensland today.

31 August 2017 |
Last updated: 27 June 2017
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