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World-first study transforming the treatment of childhood stroke

Children’s Health Queensland, in partnership with the Stroke Foundation and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, is leading a world-first study focused on reducing diagnostic timeframes for paediatric stroke to achieve better health outcomes and quality of life for children and young people.

1 September 2020 |

World-first IV device guidelines to improve treatments for sick kids

Children’s Health Queensland clinicians, in collaboration with Griffith University and the University of Michigan, have created the world’s first paediatric appropriateness guidelines for intravenous access devices.

3 July 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 |

$3m study to deliver national guide to caring for children with congenital heart disease

National care model to improve quality of life for kids born with heart disease.

2 July 2020 |

New technique a breath of fresh air for kids in emergency

A simple airway therapy trialled by Queensland Children’s Hospital researchers has the potential to become a game changer in emergency paediatric medicine.

4 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 |
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