A Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital-based centre is leading the way in treating a rare pregnancy complication which can lead to women requiring chemotherapy.
Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital is proud to be a place which recognises and celebrates diversity among our staff, patients and wider community.
A specialist clinic at Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital is changing the lives of patients diagnosed with penicillin allergies by re-testing their allergies to see if they still have a sensitivity.
28 August marks Wear it Purple Day, a national day of change in response to young people taking their own lives as a result bullying, harassment and lack of acceptance of their sexual or gender identity.
The school pick-up run on Friday 31 July 2020 was one to remember for Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) patient Adam Freeman. After seven months in hospital, the 37-year-old father of four was finally able to greet his three sons at the school gate alongside wife Amy and daughter Makayla.
After 29 years and over 1000 births, much-loved midwife Karen Marshall has retired from Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH).
Hi, my name’s Bruce Sullivan and I’m the Chief Wellbeing Officer here at Metro North Hospital and Health Service. We have 21,000 staff and we are talking about wellbeing. As an organisation we are considering four different ways to be able to approach wellbeing.
Individual’s experiences of domestic and family violence will be very different – but we know that DFV does not discriminate and impacts women, men and children of all ages.
Upon meeting Drew Craker, the first thing you’ll notice is his warmth and humour, the second, is his passion and knowledge for wellbeing.
It’s easy to get stuck in a cycle of worry when our ‘what if’ thoughts get out of control, especially during times like these.