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Pride in Metro North launch

28 March 2024|

Pride in Metro North Executive Sponsor Grant Carey-Ide welcomes the Pride in Metro North initiative and the support it will provide to the Metro North LGBTQIA+ community.

Keeping staff safer at work

22 March 2024|

Joe Fiorello is Redcliffe Hospital's Occupational Violence Prevention Advisor - he's been helping make staff safer at work for more than 17 years.

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Redcliffe Hospital

Anzac Avenue
REDCLIFFE QLD 4020

Phone: (07) 3883 7777

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3 days ago

Redcliffe Hospital Senior Staff Specialist Dr Alka has always cared about improved health outcomes for mums and bubs – but she cares about partners during pregnancy too, and wants to see more support for them.

Through her research, Alka has interviewed many fathers and partners on their experience in the hospital system during birth and pregnancy and is now looking at how we can offer better supports for partners during what is considered a traumatic birth.

“There can be a range of reasons for a traumatic birth, which might be a physical or medical issue with the mother or baby, or it might be a psychological issue or even due to social constraints – and everyone’s perception of this will be different,” Dr Alka said.

“Birth can be so demanding, but we know that well-informed and well-supported partners are an untapped resource to assist mums and to improving women’s health overall, as well as intergenerational health.

“The next part of the research is that we are now looking to recruit fathers and birth partners to help us co-design resources for professionals and establish what else we can do to support the whole family during the birth process.” 🏥

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Redcliffe Hospital Senior Staff Specialist Dr Alka has always cared about improved health outcomes for mums and bubs – but she cares about partners during pregnancy too, and wants to see more support for them.
 
Through her research, Alka has interviewed many fathers and partners on their experience in the hospital system during birth and pregnancy and is now looking at how we can offer better supports for partners during what is considered a traumatic birth.
 
“There can be a range of reasons for a traumatic birth, which might be a physical or medical issue with the mother or baby, or it might be a psychological issue or even due to social constraints – and everyone’s perception of this will be different,” Dr Alka said.
 
“Birth can be so demanding, but we know that well-informed and well-supported partners are an untapped resource to assist mums and to improving women’s health overall, as well as intergenerational health.
 
“The next part of the research is that we are now looking to recruit fathers and birth partners to help us co-design resources for professionals and establish what else we can do to support the whole family during the birth process.” 🏥

[Accessibility image description: Alka smiles in front of the Redcliffe Hospital main entrance.]

Comment on Facebook

If you are interested in participating in the research, you can submit an expression of interest here: medical-school.uq.edu.au/supporting-partners-experiencing-traumatic-pregnancy-and-childbirth-towa...

How about letting them stay with their partners over night to bond and spend time with their new baby?

Alka you do a great job

Rebecca Louise

I had a very traumatic and horrible experience birthing my child at Redcliffe last year. My partner was left in a room for hours wondering if me and my daughter were alive let alone okay, with no communication at all. That was only one of the negative experiences we had, there were quite a few more from there on. I think there’s a lot of changes that could be made to better support mums & partners during traumatic birth events!

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3 weeks ago

Nurse practitioner Caroline is working at Redcliffe Hospital where she is excited to be putting her skills into action.

In an emergency department, a nurse practitioner is able to treat, order investigations, diagnose and discharge or refer patients as appropriate. They can also complete comprehensive health assessments and provide senior nursing leadership to the department, which often involves education, research and quality improvement. 🙌

"I have wanted to be a nurse practitioner for most of my career,” said Caroline, on achieving her goals.

“I wanted to advance my career and keep learning new skills whilst remaining clinical and I was always inspired by what NPs do and excited by the opportunities it gives us as nurses - a chance to really make a difference to people’s lives," Caroline said. 🥰

The Redcliffe Hospital is looking for their next nurse practitioner to join the emergency department team. If this sounds like you, apply here:
#WorkforusWednesday

[Accessibility image description: Caroline wears red scrubs and stands in front of an ambulance, smiling at the camera.]
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Nurse practitioner Caroline is working at Redcliffe Hospital where she is excited to be putting her skills into action.

In an emergency department, a nurse practitioner is able to treat, order investigations, diagnose and discharge or refer patients as appropriate. They can also complete comprehensive health assessments and provide senior nursing leadership to the department, which often involves education, research and quality improvement. 🙌

I have wanted to be a nurse practitioner for most of my career,” said Caroline, on achieving her goals.

“I wanted to advance my career and keep learning new skills whilst remaining clinical and I was always inspired by what NPs do and excited by the opportunities it gives us as nurses - a chance to really make a difference to people’s lives, Caroline said. 🥰

The Redcliffe Hospital is looking for their next nurse practitioner to join the emergency department team. If this sounds like you, apply here: 
#WorkforusWednesday

[Accessibility image description: Caroline wears red scrubs and stands in front of an ambulance, smiling at the camera.]

Comment on Facebook

Great Registered Nurse and now Nurse Practitioner. Well done. I’m sure you’ll do amazing and it was great to work alongside you.

Proud to be on your nursing team. Thanks for being a great educator and colleague!

Your amazing Caroline I’ve had the pleasure of working with you and you being my nurse in ed. Super proud 🙂

Well done Caroline! You're a superstar 🤩

You are amazing Caroline!!!

Great job! Keep up the good work!

Your amazing Caroline 🫶🏽❤️

Great work Caroline. Great to finally have you part of NP clan. I hope you enjoy this new journey 🥰

Well done Caroline. They are lucky to have you!

The BEST NP around 👏

Oh Caroline we love you! Xx

U go girl 💖✨️🩷

What an amazing human!! Well done Caroline 💛👏👏 💛

We are the LUCKIEST!!!!! Caroline Mitchell ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Bloody awesome 🤩 you are amazing ❤️

Amazing 🤩

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Latest news


Pride in Metro North launch

28 March 2024|

Pride in Metro North Executive Sponsor Grant Carey-Ide welcomes the Pride in Metro North initiative and the support it will provide to the Metro North LGBTQIA+ community.

More news

Events


More events
Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual ED first.

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Redcliffe Hospital

Anzac Avenue
REDCLIFFE QLD 4020

Phone: (07) 3883 7777

#Nextcare Health Conference - Click for more information and to register

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
3 days ago

Redcliffe Hospital Senior Staff Specialist Dr Alka has always cared about improved health outcomes for mums and bubs – but she cares about partners during pregnancy too, and wants to see more support for them.

Through her research, Alka has interviewed many fathers and partners on their experience in the hospital system during birth and pregnancy and is now looking at how we can offer better supports for partners during what is considered a traumatic birth.

“There can be a range of reasons for a traumatic birth, which might be a physical or medical issue with the mother or baby, or it might be a psychological issue or even due to social constraints – and everyone’s perception of this will be different,” Dr Alka said.

“Birth can be so demanding, but we know that well-informed and well-supported partners are an untapped resource to assist mums and to improving women’s health overall, as well as intergenerational health.

“The next part of the research is that we are now looking to recruit fathers and birth partners to help us co-design resources for professionals and establish what else we can do to support the whole family during the birth process.” 🏥

[Accessibility image description: Alka smiles in front of the Redcliffe Hospital main entrance.]
... See MoreSee Less

Redcliffe Hospital Senior Staff Specialist Dr Alka has always cared about improved health outcomes for mums and bubs – but she cares about partners during pregnancy too, and wants to see more support for them.
 
Through her research, Alka has interviewed many fathers and partners on their experience in the hospital system during birth and pregnancy and is now looking at how we can offer better supports for partners during what is considered a traumatic birth.
 
“There can be a range of reasons for a traumatic birth, which might be a physical or medical issue with the mother or baby, or it might be a psychological issue or even due to social constraints – and everyone’s perception of this will be different,” Dr Alka said.
 
“Birth can be so demanding, but we know that well-informed and well-supported partners are an untapped resource to assist mums and to improving women’s health overall, as well as intergenerational health.
 
“The next part of the research is that we are now looking to recruit fathers and birth partners to help us co-design resources for professionals and establish what else we can do to support the whole family during the birth process.” 🏥

[Accessibility image description: Alka smiles in front of the Redcliffe Hospital main entrance.]

Comment on Facebook

If you are interested in participating in the research, you can submit an expression of interest here: medical-school.uq.edu.au/supporting-partners-experiencing-traumatic-pregnancy-and-childbirth-towa...

How about letting them stay with their partners over night to bond and spend time with their new baby?

Alka you do a great job

Rebecca Louise

I had a very traumatic and horrible experience birthing my child at Redcliffe last year. My partner was left in a room for hours wondering if me and my daughter were alive let alone okay, with no communication at all. That was only one of the negative experiences we had, there were quite a few more from there on. I think there’s a lot of changes that could be made to better support mums & partners during traumatic birth events!

View more comments

3 weeks ago

Nurse practitioner Caroline is working at Redcliffe Hospital where she is excited to be putting her skills into action.

In an emergency department, a nurse practitioner is able to treat, order investigations, diagnose and discharge or refer patients as appropriate. They can also complete comprehensive health assessments and provide senior nursing leadership to the department, which often involves education, research and quality improvement. 🙌

"I have wanted to be a nurse practitioner for most of my career,” said Caroline, on achieving her goals.

“I wanted to advance my career and keep learning new skills whilst remaining clinical and I was always inspired by what NPs do and excited by the opportunities it gives us as nurses - a chance to really make a difference to people’s lives," Caroline said. 🥰

The Redcliffe Hospital is looking for their next nurse practitioner to join the emergency department team. If this sounds like you, apply here:
#WorkforusWednesday

[Accessibility image description: Caroline wears red scrubs and stands in front of an ambulance, smiling at the camera.]
... See MoreSee Less

Nurse practitioner Caroline is working at Redcliffe Hospital where she is excited to be putting her skills into action.

In an emergency department, a nurse practitioner is able to treat, order investigations, diagnose and discharge or refer patients as appropriate. They can also complete comprehensive health assessments and provide senior nursing leadership to the department, which often involves education, research and quality improvement. 🙌

I have wanted to be a nurse practitioner for most of my career,” said Caroline, on achieving her goals.

“I wanted to advance my career and keep learning new skills whilst remaining clinical and I was always inspired by what NPs do and excited by the opportunities it gives us as nurses - a chance to really make a difference to people’s lives, Caroline said. 🥰

The Redcliffe Hospital is looking for their next nurse practitioner to join the emergency department team. If this sounds like you, apply here: 
#WorkforusWednesday

[Accessibility image description: Caroline wears red scrubs and stands in front of an ambulance, smiling at the camera.]

Comment on Facebook

Great Registered Nurse and now Nurse Practitioner. Well done. I’m sure you’ll do amazing and it was great to work alongside you.

Proud to be on your nursing team. Thanks for being a great educator and colleague!

Your amazing Caroline I’ve had the pleasure of working with you and you being my nurse in ed. Super proud 🙂

Well done Caroline! You're a superstar 🤩

You are amazing Caroline!!!

Great job! Keep up the good work!

Your amazing Caroline 🫶🏽❤️

Great work Caroline. Great to finally have you part of NP clan. I hope you enjoy this new journey 🥰

Well done Caroline. They are lucky to have you!

The BEST NP around 👏

Oh Caroline we love you! Xx

U go girl 💖✨️🩷

What an amazing human!! Well done Caroline 💛👏👏 💛

We are the LUCKIEST!!!!! Caroline Mitchell ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Bloody awesome 🤩 you are amazing ❤️

Amazing 🤩

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Need the Emergency Department?
Try the Virtual ED first.

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Anzac Avenue
REDCLIFFE QLD 4020

Phone: (07) 3883 7777

#Nextcare Health Conference - Click for more information and to register

Latest news


Pride in Metro North launch

28 March 2024|

Pride in Metro North Executive Sponsor Grant Carey-Ide welcomes the Pride in Metro North initiative and the support it will provide to the Metro North LGBTQIA+ community.

More news

Events


More events

/ MetroNorthHHS

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons
3 days ago

Redcliffe Hospital Senior Staff Specialist Dr Alka has always cared about improved health outcomes for mums and bubs – but she cares about partners during pregnancy too, and wants to see more support for them.

Through her research, Alka has interviewed many fathers and partners on their experience in the hospital system during birth and pregnancy and is now looking at how we can offer better supports for partners during what is considered a traumatic birth.

“There can be a range of reasons for a traumatic birth, which might be a physical or medical issue with the mother or baby, or it might be a psychological issue or even due to social constraints – and everyone’s perception of this will be different,” Dr Alka said.

“Birth can be so demanding, but we know that well-informed and well-supported partners are an untapped resource to assist mums and to improving women’s health overall, as well as intergenerational health.

“The next part of the research is that we are now looking to recruit fathers and birth partners to help us co-design resources for professionals and establish what else we can do to support the whole family during the birth process.” 🏥

[Accessibility image description: Alka smiles in front of the Redcliffe Hospital main entrance.]
... See MoreSee Less

Redcliffe Hospital Senior Staff Specialist Dr Alka has always cared about improved health outcomes for mums and bubs – but she cares about partners during pregnancy too, and wants to see more support for them.
 
Through her research, Alka has interviewed many fathers and partners on their experience in the hospital system during birth and pregnancy and is now looking at how we can offer better supports for partners during what is considered a traumatic birth.
 
“There can be a range of reasons for a traumatic birth, which might be a physical or medical issue with the mother or baby, or it might be a psychological issue or even due to social constraints – and everyone’s perception of this will be different,” Dr Alka said.
 
“Birth can be so demanding, but we know that well-informed and well-supported partners are an untapped resource to assist mums and to improving women’s health overall, as well as intergenerational health.
 
“The next part of the research is that we are now looking to recruit fathers and birth partners to help us co-design resources for professionals and establish what else we can do to support the whole family during the birth process.” 🏥

[Accessibility image description: Alka smiles in front of the Redcliffe Hospital main entrance.]

Comment on Facebook

If you are interested in participating in the research, you can submit an expression of interest here: medical-school.uq.edu.au/supporting-partners-experiencing-traumatic-pregnancy-and-childbirth-towa...

How about letting them stay with their partners over night to bond and spend time with their new baby?

Alka you do a great job

Rebecca Louise

I had a very traumatic and horrible experience birthing my child at Redcliffe last year. My partner was left in a room for hours wondering if me and my daughter were alive let alone okay, with no communication at all. That was only one of the negative experiences we had, there were quite a few more from there on. I think there’s a lot of changes that could be made to better support mums & partners during traumatic birth events!

View more comments

3 weeks ago

Nurse practitioner Caroline is working at Redcliffe Hospital where she is excited to be putting her skills into action.

In an emergency department, a nurse practitioner is able to treat, order investigations, diagnose and discharge or refer patients as appropriate. They can also complete comprehensive health assessments and provide senior nursing leadership to the department, which often involves education, research and quality improvement. 🙌

"I have wanted to be a nurse practitioner for most of my career,” said Caroline, on achieving her goals.

“I wanted to advance my career and keep learning new skills whilst remaining clinical and I was always inspired by what NPs do and excited by the opportunities it gives us as nurses - a chance to really make a difference to people’s lives," Caroline said. 🥰

The Redcliffe Hospital is looking for their next nurse practitioner to join the emergency department team. If this sounds like you, apply here:
#WorkforusWednesday

[Accessibility image description: Caroline wears red scrubs and stands in front of an ambulance, smiling at the camera.]
... See MoreSee Less

Nurse practitioner Caroline is working at Redcliffe Hospital where she is excited to be putting her skills into action.

In an emergency department, a nurse practitioner is able to treat, order investigations, diagnose and discharge or refer patients as appropriate. They can also complete comprehensive health assessments and provide senior nursing leadership to the department, which often involves education, research and quality improvement. 🙌

I have wanted to be a nurse practitioner for most of my career,” said Caroline, on achieving her goals.

“I wanted to advance my career and keep learning new skills whilst remaining clinical and I was always inspired by what NPs do and excited by the opportunities it gives us as nurses - a chance to really make a difference to people’s lives, Caroline said. 🥰

The Redcliffe Hospital is looking for their next nurse practitioner to join the emergency department team. If this sounds like you, apply here: 
#WorkforusWednesday

[Accessibility image description: Caroline wears red scrubs and stands in front of an ambulance, smiling at the camera.]

Comment on Facebook

Great Registered Nurse and now Nurse Practitioner. Well done. I’m sure you’ll do amazing and it was great to work alongside you.

Proud to be on your nursing team. Thanks for being a great educator and colleague!

Your amazing Caroline I’ve had the pleasure of working with you and you being my nurse in ed. Super proud 🙂

Well done Caroline! You're a superstar 🤩

You are amazing Caroline!!!

Great job! Keep up the good work!

Your amazing Caroline 🫶🏽❤️

Great work Caroline. Great to finally have you part of NP clan. I hope you enjoy this new journey 🥰

Well done Caroline. They are lucky to have you!

The BEST NP around 👏

Oh Caroline we love you! Xx

U go girl 💖✨️🩷

What an amazing human!! Well done Caroline 💛👏👏 💛

We are the LUCKIEST!!!!! Caroline Mitchell ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Bloody awesome 🤩 you are amazing ❤️

Amazing 🤩

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