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First patients and families welcomed to new surgical ward

The first patients have moved into a new 29-bed orthopaedic and neurosurgical ward at the Queensland Children’s Hospital, part of a $20 million expansion project.

15 December 2020 |

Safe, timely care for Queensland kids despite COVID-19

Queensland’s sickest and most seriously injured children and young people have continued to access safe, timely healthcare services despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

14 December 2020 |

Study to uncover new treatments for children with life-threatening antibiotic-resistant infections

Children’s Health Queensland is leading a national study focused on finding new antibiotics and better treatment options for some of the most serious multi-drug-resistant infections in children.

25 November 2020 |

Statewide sepsis team recognised with international award

Congratulations to the Queensland Paediatric Sepsis Project team who recently won a 2020 Global Sepsis Alliance Award (Governments and Healthcare Authorities category).

23 October 2020 |

Sepsis study aims to deliver life-saving rapid bedside tests

Queensland Children’s Hospital clinicians will lead Australia’s largest paediatric sepsis study, with the goal of using gene-expression testing to reduce the time it takes to diagnose the life-threatening infection.

3 July 2020 |

Birdie’s new book helping kids cope with feelings and fears about coronavirus

Children’s Health Queensland has launched a new book as part of the Australian-first Birdie’s Tree series to help support young children during, and after, the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

28 May 2020 |
Last updated: 12 March 2019
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