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Project opens doors to better ear and eye health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children across South East Queensland will have greater access to specialist care for hearing and vision issues, under a new partnership between Children’s Health Queensland and the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health.

9 August 2021 |

Novel app development improves experience of sick children

The development of world-first intravenous (IV) “Passport” for children with complex health conditions is revolutionising the management of IV devices in Queensland.

7 June 2021 |

Virtual tour allows young people to prepare for stay at Jacaranda Place

Young people and their families can take a look inside Jacaranda Place, Queensland’s dedicated extended treatment centre for adolescents with severe and complex mental health issues, from the comfort of their homes, thanks to a new online virtual tour.

26 May 2021 |

One in four Australian preschoolers still feeling anxious about COVID-19

Our national COVID-19 Unmasked study has found some pre-schoolers are still struggling with higher than average levels of anxiety in our new ‘COVID-normal’.

6 April 2021 |

Children’s Health Queensland earns Australian-first Gold Certification for excellence in person-centred care

Children’s Health Queensland has become the first paediatric healthcare provider in the Southern Hemisphere to be awarded Gold Certification for Excellence in Person-Centred Care by Planetree International.

13 February 2021 |

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 |
Last updated: 12 March 2019
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