Staff at The Prince Charles Hospital (TPCH) will wear yellow on 17 March for World Delirium Day, to raise awareness about one of the most under-diagnosed and misunderstood cognitive conditions worldwide.
Welcome bark Sir Ralphalot! 🐶 We've got a special #ShoutoutSaturday for you today. This week TPCH's Children's Emergency Department welcomed the return of therapy dog Ralph after his break from the office during COVID-19.
Paw-fessionals like Ralph are brought in to help moderate anxiety among children when they arrive at hospital. For many kids, it might be the first time they're experiencing medical care in this way, so therapy dogs like Ralph are there to help relieve stress and provide emotional support.
Little Addison loved playing with Ralph while she was having her broken arm treated!
Did you know that on average, 118 Australians die from cardiovascular disease every day? This #ShoutoutSaturday we're celebrating #TPCH Prof John Fraser who is working with some of the best and brightest clinicians, scientists, educators and policy makers across the state to work towards new research to benefit the wider community. ❤️
"Our network aims to strengthen cardiovascular research in Queensland and work towards new research, new technology and advocating for equitable and accessible care for all Queenslanders," he said. ... See MoreSee Less