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Celebrating ‘Gifted Lives’ – thanks to organ donation

To coincide with DonateLife week in August 2017, Children’s Health Queensland and DonateLife Queensland has launched ‘Gifted Lives’, a photographic exhibition celebrating the stories of Queensland families whose lives have been touched by organ donation, whether as recipients or donors.

15 August 2017 |

Celebrating 10 deadly years of ENT outreach

The Deadly Ears ENT (ear, nose and throat) outreach team this week racked up 10 years of visiting rural and remote communities across Queensland to improve the hearing health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids.

11 August 2017 |

Ellen Barron Family Centre celebrates 10 years of helping families

The Ellen Barron Family Centre today celebrated ten years of providing specialist support and education to families experiencing complex parenting issues with their babies and toddlers.

20 July 2017 |

Outpatient waiting lists reduced by 89 per cent

The number of patients waiting longer than clinically recommended for an initial outpatient appointment at Queensland Children’s Hospital has fallen from 2,421 in June 2016 to 266 in June 2017.

18 July 2017 |

Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital achieves Australasian paediatric trauma first

The Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital is the first paediatric hospital in Australasia to be awarded Level 1 Major Trauma Service status by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS).

27 June 2017 |

Head injuries study to help minimise CT scans

Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital researchers have taken part in a major Australasian clinical trial, which could see clinicians using fewer CT scans and less radiation exposure when managing children with head injuries.

2 June 2017 |
Last updated: 27 June 2017
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