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Did you know that a person with a burn injury can expend up to twice the amount of energy of a healthy person? That’s why it is vital for burns patients to receive enough calories as they recover.  
 
#RBWH are looking for a superstar research assistant to join the #RBWH Nutrition and Dietetic and Burns Multidisciplinary team to be part of an exciting new project. The research will investigate the use of smart devices to measure calories used in patients with burns. Just like Hannah who is a new graduate currently commencing her PhD in Nutrition and Dietetics, the successful applicant will ideally undertake their PhD as part of the role.

To apply, check the link in the comments. 👇 #WorkforusWednesday
19 January 2022

Did you know that a person with a burn injury can expend up to twice the amount of energy of a healthy person? That’s why it is vital for burns patients to receive enough calories as they recover.

#RBWH are looking for a superstar research assistant to join the #RBWH Nutrition and Dietetic and Burns Multidisciplinary team to be part of an exciting new project. The research will investigate the use of smart devices to measure calories used in patients with burns. Just like Hannah who is a new graduate currently commencing her PhD in Nutrition and Dietetics, the successful applicant will ideally undertake their PhD as part of the role.

To apply, check the link in the comments. 👇 #WorkforusWednesday
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Apply here: bit.ly/3nCrQUO

Welcome to the department of nutrition & Dietetics Hanna

Laura Kane Brianna Pennells thought this project might be of interest to you both x

Hannah O'Connor look at you! 👏🏼

Kelly wanna get your PhD?🤭

Emily O'Bree 😱

Miranda Campbell

Sarah Anderson

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We’re looking for a mycobacterium technician to join Nicolae and the #RBWH team. Could it be you? 🧫🧪
 
We run tests on patient samples to confirm the presence of mycobacteria that can cause tuberculosis and non-tuberculosis infections in order to help guide the patient’s treatment, scientist Nicolae said. 🔬
 
“We are the mycobacterium Reference Laboratory for Queensland and Australia’s only designated WHO collaborating Centre for mycobacterium tuberculosis.”🧬
 
Click on the link in the comments below to apply today! 👇
 #WorkforusWednesday
12 January 2022

We’re looking for a mycobacterium technician to join Nicolae and the #RBWH team. Could it be you? 🧫🧪

"We run tests on patient samples to confirm the presence of mycobacteria that can cause tuberculosis and non-tuberculosis infections in order to help guide the patient’s treatment," scientist Nicolae said. 🔬

“We are the mycobacterium Reference Laboratory for Queensland and Australia’s only designated WHO collaborating Centre for mycobacterium tuberculosis.”🧬

Click on the link in the comments below to apply today! 👇
#WorkforusWednesday
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Comment on Facebook

Apply here: bit.ly/3nk58jV

Trish Beker !

Nicolae is 10/10 scientist! 👏🏻🔥

Jazel Valera Nuestro proud wife 😁😁😁😁

Professor Alison Mudge and her research team at #RBWH have today had their trial of the Eat Walk Engage program published in leading journal JAMA Internal Medicine on delirium.
 
The research shows that delirium, the most common complication in older Australians in hospital, was reduced by almost half (47 %) in wards that implemented the Eat Walk Engage program.
 
“Simple strategies such as eating well, moving and exercising and having opportunities for cognitive and social engagement can prevent delirium in almost half of patients – with prevention the best approach, as there is currently no drug treatment for delirium, she said. 
 
“It’s often an invisible complication that leads to longer stays, higher care needs and increased risk for dementia in the future, so our program is an important investment now and for years to come.
 
“It’s exciting to have our work recognised in this journal as well as being rolled out across Queensland hospitals to help older patients throughout the state.”
11 January 2022

Professor Alison Mudge and her research team at #RBWH have today had their trial of the Eat Walk Engage program published in leading journal JAMA Internal Medicine on delirium.

The research shows that delirium, the most common complication in older Australians in hospital, was reduced by almost half (47 %) in wards that implemented the Eat Walk Engage program.

“Simple strategies such as eating well, moving and exercising and having opportunities for cognitive and social engagement can prevent delirium in almost half of patients – with prevention the best approach, as there is currently no drug treatment for delirium," she said.

“It’s often an invisible complication that leads to longer stays, higher care needs and increased risk for dementia in the future, so our program is an important investment now and for years to come.

“It’s exciting to have our work recognised in this journal as well as being rolled out across Queensland hospitals to help older patients throughout the state.”
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Congratulations Alison and team, sharing outcomes of Metro North research with the world!

Fantastic results from a pragmatic and clinical approach. Congratulations to you and the team.

Awesome 👏👏👏⚘ congratulations Alison 💞

A big congratulations to Alison Mudge and the EWE team!!! Well done! 👏👏👏

So well deserved! Well done to Alison and the EWE team ❤

Congratulations Alison and the research team!

Congratulations Alison. Such a great program and so beneficial. Great work team. 🎉🎉

Congratulations Allison and everyone involved how very wonderful to have the spotlight on our Eat, Walk, Engage program Congratulations again and thank you 😄

Awesome work! Congrats to the team!

Congratulations!! Well deserved!!

Congratulations to all of the EWE team past and present 👏🏻

Well done Alison! Such a huge effort from the entire EWE team.

Congratulations Alison and the wonderful EWE team! Love your unwavering commitment to this very important work 😍

Well done to all the team. Excellent work & it’s a great program. 😀

Congratulations 🎉 excellent work

Great work for all involved!

So exciting! Congratulations EWE team!

Congratulations so well deserved

Fantastic research program, congratulations to Prof Mudge and all the team

Congratulations To Alison and the rest of the team 🤩🤩🤩

Congratulation Alison and team. Well done!!!

congrats well done

Congratulations!

Well done EWE team!! 👏👏👏

Life quality exceptional research job there. 👌

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Metro North nurse and midwife Abbey is heading north, packing her bags for Thursday Island where she will take a two month secondment island hopping to deliver babies. ✈️

“I’ll be working as a midwife in the core service as well as helping out on the surrounding islands in the Torres Strait,” Abbey said. 

“Im super excited, I really love rural and Indigenous health and applying what I’ve learnt here at RBWH.”

#ShoutoutSaturday 👶 🌟
8 January 2022

Metro North nurse and midwife Abbey is heading north, packing her bags for Thursday Island where she will take a two month secondment island hopping to deliver babies. ✈️

“I’ll be working as a midwife in the core service as well as helping out on the surrounding islands in the Torres Strait,” Abbey said.

“I'm super excited, I really love rural and Indigenous health and applying what I’ve learnt here at RBWH.”

#ShoutoutSaturday 👶 🌟
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You are a amazing midwife Abbey your appreciation for women and their health is wonderful, you will be missed at Caboolture Birth Suite , enjoy your new journey take care X

Go Abbey! So exciting for you-just come back to us ! 😊😊😊

Congratulations Abbey. You’re an awesome Midwife. I wish you all the very best for your exciting adventure ahead.

We were in Cape York and Thursday Island last year. An incredibly beautiful part of our country. Enjoy Abbey, you will be appreciated

👏👏👏 What an amazing opportunity n adventure for u Abbey! Stay safe n good luck

Awesome, working in the country as a young teacher was brilliant! So as a young nurse you will have a great time 🥂

Yasss queen going to be such an amazing adventure!! Enjoy every moment 😘

She is an amazing midwife. Will never forget her face! 💖

Good luck, I use to live there. A beautiful lifestyle.

This is awesome news Abbey huge congratulations I am glad I got to see you before you went

Woohoo go Abbey you are awesome 🥰

Good luck Abbey. They will appreciate your help.

Best midwife to work with! ☺️ Well done Abbey!

Abbey! Enjoy! My friend Martha works there and she’s beautiful. The girls there will look after you well xo have fun!

Good for you Abbey. Have fun xx

TI is a very special place. Have wonderful time!

Thank you and safe travels!

Abbey! You’re famous!! Have a fabulous time! Don’t forget to come back.

You will love it up there the people are beautiful

Congratulations abbey that's soooo good!!!

Congratulations young lady! 😀👍

Enjoy your secondment Abbey. We will miss you.

Go Abbey!! ❤️❤️❤️

All the best stay safe,QUEENSLANDER!

Enjoy the adventure

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Metro North Coronavirus Vaccinations

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Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Cnr Butterfield St and
Bowen Bridge Rd
HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

COVID-19 Fever Clinics

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
Did you know that a person with a burn injury can expend up to twice the amount of energy of a healthy person? That’s why it is vital for burns patients to receive enough calories as they recover.  
 
#RBWH are looking for a superstar research assistant to join the #RBWH Nutrition and Dietetic and Burns Multidisciplinary team to be part of an exciting new project. The research will investigate the use of smart devices to measure calories used in patients with burns. Just like Hannah who is a new graduate currently commencing her PhD in Nutrition and Dietetics, the successful applicant will ideally undertake their PhD as part of the role.

To apply, check the link in the comments. 👇 #WorkforusWednesday
19 January 2022

Did you know that a person with a burn injury can expend up to twice the amount of energy of a healthy person? That’s why it is vital for burns patients to receive enough calories as they recover.

#RBWH are looking for a superstar research assistant to join the #RBWH Nutrition and Dietetic and Burns Multidisciplinary team to be part of an exciting new project. The research will investigate the use of smart devices to measure calories used in patients with burns. Just like Hannah who is a new graduate currently commencing her PhD in Nutrition and Dietetics, the successful applicant will ideally undertake their PhD as part of the role.

To apply, check the link in the comments. 👇 #WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Apply here: bit.ly/3nCrQUO

Welcome to the department of nutrition & Dietetics Hanna

Laura Kane Brianna Pennells thought this project might be of interest to you both x

Hannah O'Connor look at you! 👏🏼

Kelly wanna get your PhD?🤭

Emily O'Bree 😱

Miranda Campbell

Sarah Anderson

View more comments

We’re looking for a mycobacterium technician to join Nicolae and the #RBWH team. Could it be you? 🧫🧪
 
We run tests on patient samples to confirm the presence of mycobacteria that can cause tuberculosis and non-tuberculosis infections in order to help guide the patient’s treatment, scientist Nicolae said. 🔬
 
“We are the mycobacterium Reference Laboratory for Queensland and Australia’s only designated WHO collaborating Centre for mycobacterium tuberculosis.”🧬
 
Click on the link in the comments below to apply today! 👇
 #WorkforusWednesday
12 January 2022

We’re looking for a mycobacterium technician to join Nicolae and the #RBWH team. Could it be you? 🧫🧪

"We run tests on patient samples to confirm the presence of mycobacteria that can cause tuberculosis and non-tuberculosis infections in order to help guide the patient’s treatment," scientist Nicolae said. 🔬

“We are the mycobacterium Reference Laboratory for Queensland and Australia’s only designated WHO collaborating Centre for mycobacterium tuberculosis.”🧬

Click on the link in the comments below to apply today! 👇
#WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Apply here: bit.ly/3nk58jV

Trish Beker !

Nicolae is 10/10 scientist! 👏🏻🔥

Jazel Valera Nuestro proud wife 😁😁😁😁

Professor Alison Mudge and her research team at #RBWH have today had their trial of the Eat Walk Engage program published in leading journal JAMA Internal Medicine on delirium.
 
The research shows that delirium, the most common complication in older Australians in hospital, was reduced by almost half (47 %) in wards that implemented the Eat Walk Engage program.
 
“Simple strategies such as eating well, moving and exercising and having opportunities for cognitive and social engagement can prevent delirium in almost half of patients – with prevention the best approach, as there is currently no drug treatment for delirium, she said. 
 
“It’s often an invisible complication that leads to longer stays, higher care needs and increased risk for dementia in the future, so our program is an important investment now and for years to come.
 
“It’s exciting to have our work recognised in this journal as well as being rolled out across Queensland hospitals to help older patients throughout the state.”
11 January 2022

Professor Alison Mudge and her research team at #RBWH have today had their trial of the Eat Walk Engage program published in leading journal JAMA Internal Medicine on delirium.

The research shows that delirium, the most common complication in older Australians in hospital, was reduced by almost half (47 %) in wards that implemented the Eat Walk Engage program.

“Simple strategies such as eating well, moving and exercising and having opportunities for cognitive and social engagement can prevent delirium in almost half of patients – with prevention the best approach, as there is currently no drug treatment for delirium," she said.

“It’s often an invisible complication that leads to longer stays, higher care needs and increased risk for dementia in the future, so our program is an important investment now and for years to come.

“It’s exciting to have our work recognised in this journal as well as being rolled out across Queensland hospitals to help older patients throughout the state.”
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations Alison and team, sharing outcomes of Metro North research with the world!

Fantastic results from a pragmatic and clinical approach. Congratulations to you and the team.

Awesome 👏👏👏⚘ congratulations Alison 💞

A big congratulations to Alison Mudge and the EWE team!!! Well done! 👏👏👏

So well deserved! Well done to Alison and the EWE team ❤

Congratulations Alison and the research team!

Congratulations Alison. Such a great program and so beneficial. Great work team. 🎉🎉

Congratulations Allison and everyone involved how very wonderful to have the spotlight on our Eat, Walk, Engage program Congratulations again and thank you 😄

Awesome work! Congrats to the team!

Congratulations!! Well deserved!!

Congratulations to all of the EWE team past and present 👏🏻

Well done Alison! Such a huge effort from the entire EWE team.

Congratulations Alison and the wonderful EWE team! Love your unwavering commitment to this very important work 😍

Well done to all the team. Excellent work & it’s a great program. 😀

Congratulations 🎉 excellent work

Great work for all involved!

So exciting! Congratulations EWE team!

Congratulations so well deserved

Fantastic research program, congratulations to Prof Mudge and all the team

Congratulations To Alison and the rest of the team 🤩🤩🤩

Congratulation Alison and team. Well done!!!

congrats well done

Congratulations!

Well done EWE team!! 👏👏👏

Life quality exceptional research job there. 👌

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Metro North nurse and midwife Abbey is heading north, packing her bags for Thursday Island where she will take a two month secondment island hopping to deliver babies. ✈️

“I’ll be working as a midwife in the core service as well as helping out on the surrounding islands in the Torres Strait,” Abbey said. 

“Im super excited, I really love rural and Indigenous health and applying what I’ve learnt here at RBWH.”

#ShoutoutSaturday 👶 🌟
8 January 2022

Metro North nurse and midwife Abbey is heading north, packing her bags for Thursday Island where she will take a two month secondment island hopping to deliver babies. ✈️

“I’ll be working as a midwife in the core service as well as helping out on the surrounding islands in the Torres Strait,” Abbey said.

“I'm super excited, I really love rural and Indigenous health and applying what I’ve learnt here at RBWH.”

#ShoutoutSaturday 👶 🌟
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

You are a amazing midwife Abbey your appreciation for women and their health is wonderful, you will be missed at Caboolture Birth Suite , enjoy your new journey take care X

Go Abbey! So exciting for you-just come back to us ! 😊😊😊

Congratulations Abbey. You’re an awesome Midwife. I wish you all the very best for your exciting adventure ahead.

We were in Cape York and Thursday Island last year. An incredibly beautiful part of our country. Enjoy Abbey, you will be appreciated

👏👏👏 What an amazing opportunity n adventure for u Abbey! Stay safe n good luck

Awesome, working in the country as a young teacher was brilliant! So as a young nurse you will have a great time 🥂

Yasss queen going to be such an amazing adventure!! Enjoy every moment 😘

She is an amazing midwife. Will never forget her face! 💖

Good luck, I use to live there. A beautiful lifestyle.

This is awesome news Abbey huge congratulations I am glad I got to see you before you went

Woohoo go Abbey you are awesome 🥰

Good luck Abbey. They will appreciate your help.

Best midwife to work with! ☺️ Well done Abbey!

Abbey! Enjoy! My friend Martha works there and she’s beautiful. The girls there will look after you well xo have fun!

Good for you Abbey. Have fun xx

TI is a very special place. Have wonderful time!

Thank you and safe travels!

Abbey! You’re famous!! Have a fabulous time! Don’t forget to come back.

You will love it up there the people are beautiful

Congratulations abbey that's soooo good!!!

Congratulations young lady! 😀👍

Enjoy your secondment Abbey. We will miss you.

Go Abbey!! ❤️❤️❤️

All the best stay safe,QUEENSLANDER!

Enjoy the adventure

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Bowen Bridge Rd
HERSTON QLD 4029

Phone: (07) 3646 8111

COVID-19 Fever Clinics

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Did you know that a person with a burn injury can expend up to twice the amount of energy of a healthy person? That’s why it is vital for burns patients to receive enough calories as they recover.  
 
#RBWH are looking for a superstar research assistant to join the #RBWH Nutrition and Dietetic and Burns Multidisciplinary team to be part of an exciting new project. The research will investigate the use of smart devices to measure calories used in patients with burns. Just like Hannah who is a new graduate currently commencing her PhD in Nutrition and Dietetics, the successful applicant will ideally undertake their PhD as part of the role.

To apply, check the link in the comments. 👇 #WorkforusWednesday
19 January 2022

Did you know that a person with a burn injury can expend up to twice the amount of energy of a healthy person? That’s why it is vital for burns patients to receive enough calories as they recover.

#RBWH are looking for a superstar research assistant to join the #RBWH Nutrition and Dietetic and Burns Multidisciplinary team to be part of an exciting new project. The research will investigate the use of smart devices to measure calories used in patients with burns. Just like Hannah who is a new graduate currently commencing her PhD in Nutrition and Dietetics, the successful applicant will ideally undertake their PhD as part of the role.

To apply, check the link in the comments. 👇 #WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Apply here: bit.ly/3nCrQUO

Welcome to the department of nutrition & Dietetics Hanna

Laura Kane Brianna Pennells thought this project might be of interest to you both x

Hannah O'Connor look at you! 👏🏼

Kelly wanna get your PhD?🤭

Emily O'Bree 😱

Miranda Campbell

Sarah Anderson

View more comments

We’re looking for a mycobacterium technician to join Nicolae and the #RBWH team. Could it be you? 🧫🧪
 
We run tests on patient samples to confirm the presence of mycobacteria that can cause tuberculosis and non-tuberculosis infections in order to help guide the patient’s treatment, scientist Nicolae said. 🔬
 
“We are the mycobacterium Reference Laboratory for Queensland and Australia’s only designated WHO collaborating Centre for mycobacterium tuberculosis.”🧬
 
Click on the link in the comments below to apply today! 👇
 #WorkforusWednesday
12 January 2022

We’re looking for a mycobacterium technician to join Nicolae and the #RBWH team. Could it be you? 🧫🧪

"We run tests on patient samples to confirm the presence of mycobacteria that can cause tuberculosis and non-tuberculosis infections in order to help guide the patient’s treatment," scientist Nicolae said. 🔬

“We are the mycobacterium Reference Laboratory for Queensland and Australia’s only designated WHO collaborating Centre for mycobacterium tuberculosis.”🧬

Click on the link in the comments below to apply today! 👇
#WorkforusWednesday
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Apply here: bit.ly/3nk58jV

Trish Beker !

Nicolae is 10/10 scientist! 👏🏻🔥

Jazel Valera Nuestro proud wife 😁😁😁😁

Professor Alison Mudge and her research team at #RBWH have today had their trial of the Eat Walk Engage program published in leading journal JAMA Internal Medicine on delirium.
 
The research shows that delirium, the most common complication in older Australians in hospital, was reduced by almost half (47 %) in wards that implemented the Eat Walk Engage program.
 
“Simple strategies such as eating well, moving and exercising and having opportunities for cognitive and social engagement can prevent delirium in almost half of patients – with prevention the best approach, as there is currently no drug treatment for delirium, she said. 
 
“It’s often an invisible complication that leads to longer stays, higher care needs and increased risk for dementia in the future, so our program is an important investment now and for years to come.
 
“It’s exciting to have our work recognised in this journal as well as being rolled out across Queensland hospitals to help older patients throughout the state.”
11 January 2022

Professor Alison Mudge and her research team at #RBWH have today had their trial of the Eat Walk Engage program published in leading journal JAMA Internal Medicine on delirium.

The research shows that delirium, the most common complication in older Australians in hospital, was reduced by almost half (47 %) in wards that implemented the Eat Walk Engage program.

“Simple strategies such as eating well, moving and exercising and having opportunities for cognitive and social engagement can prevent delirium in almost half of patients – with prevention the best approach, as there is currently no drug treatment for delirium," she said.

“It’s often an invisible complication that leads to longer stays, higher care needs and increased risk for dementia in the future, so our program is an important investment now and for years to come.

“It’s exciting to have our work recognised in this journal as well as being rolled out across Queensland hospitals to help older patients throughout the state.”
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Congratulations Alison and team, sharing outcomes of Metro North research with the world!

Fantastic results from a pragmatic and clinical approach. Congratulations to you and the team.

Awesome 👏👏👏⚘ congratulations Alison 💞

A big congratulations to Alison Mudge and the EWE team!!! Well done! 👏👏👏

So well deserved! Well done to Alison and the EWE team ❤

Congratulations Alison and the research team!

Congratulations Alison. Such a great program and so beneficial. Great work team. 🎉🎉

Congratulations Allison and everyone involved how very wonderful to have the spotlight on our Eat, Walk, Engage program Congratulations again and thank you 😄

Awesome work! Congrats to the team!

Congratulations!! Well deserved!!

Congratulations to all of the EWE team past and present 👏🏻

Well done Alison! Such a huge effort from the entire EWE team.

Congratulations Alison and the wonderful EWE team! Love your unwavering commitment to this very important work 😍

Well done to all the team. Excellent work & it’s a great program. 😀

Congratulations 🎉 excellent work

Great work for all involved!

So exciting! Congratulations EWE team!

Congratulations so well deserved

Fantastic research program, congratulations to Prof Mudge and all the team

Congratulations To Alison and the rest of the team 🤩🤩🤩

Congratulation Alison and team. Well done!!!

congrats well done

Congratulations!

Well done EWE team!! 👏👏👏

Life quality exceptional research job there. 👌

View more comments

Metro North nurse and midwife Abbey is heading north, packing her bags for Thursday Island where she will take a two month secondment island hopping to deliver babies. ✈️

“I’ll be working as a midwife in the core service as well as helping out on the surrounding islands in the Torres Strait,” Abbey said. 

“Im super excited, I really love rural and Indigenous health and applying what I’ve learnt here at RBWH.”

#ShoutoutSaturday 👶 🌟
8 January 2022

Metro North nurse and midwife Abbey is heading north, packing her bags for Thursday Island where she will take a two month secondment island hopping to deliver babies. ✈️

“I’ll be working as a midwife in the core service as well as helping out on the surrounding islands in the Torres Strait,” Abbey said.

“I'm super excited, I really love rural and Indigenous health and applying what I’ve learnt here at RBWH.”

#ShoutoutSaturday 👶 🌟
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

You are a amazing midwife Abbey your appreciation for women and their health is wonderful, you will be missed at Caboolture Birth Suite , enjoy your new journey take care X

Go Abbey! So exciting for you-just come back to us ! 😊😊😊

Congratulations Abbey. You’re an awesome Midwife. I wish you all the very best for your exciting adventure ahead.

We were in Cape York and Thursday Island last year. An incredibly beautiful part of our country. Enjoy Abbey, you will be appreciated

👏👏👏 What an amazing opportunity n adventure for u Abbey! Stay safe n good luck

Awesome, working in the country as a young teacher was brilliant! So as a young nurse you will have a great time 🥂

Yasss queen going to be such an amazing adventure!! Enjoy every moment 😘

She is an amazing midwife. Will never forget her face! 💖

Good luck, I use to live there. A beautiful lifestyle.

This is awesome news Abbey huge congratulations I am glad I got to see you before you went

Woohoo go Abbey you are awesome 🥰

Good luck Abbey. They will appreciate your help.

Best midwife to work with! ☺️ Well done Abbey!

Abbey! Enjoy! My friend Martha works there and she’s beautiful. The girls there will look after you well xo have fun!

Good for you Abbey. Have fun xx

TI is a very special place. Have wonderful time!

Thank you and safe travels!

Abbey! You’re famous!! Have a fabulous time! Don’t forget to come back.

You will love it up there the people are beautiful

Congratulations abbey that's soooo good!!!

Congratulations young lady! 😀👍

Enjoy your secondment Abbey. We will miss you.

Go Abbey!! ❤️❤️❤️

All the best stay safe,QUEENSLANDER!

Enjoy the adventure

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