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Meet our graduate neonatal nurse Rachel #humanofhealth

Rachel works in our Special Care Nursery at Toowoomba Hospital as a graduate neonatal nurse and sat down to have a quick chat with us.

Everything you need to know this #MensHealthWeek

It’s #MensHealthWeek and to the men in our community, it’s time to get your health on track.

Palliative Care is more than you think

It’s National Palliative Care Week, and we are raising awareness and understanding of the role palliative care plays in a hospital and community setting.

Meet our Public Health team!
Meet our Public Health Team! #humansofhealth

On our social media lately, we have been talking about the incredible job our Public Health Team is doing, particularly with contact tracing.

Five tips on how to talk to your kids about coronavirus

It’s easy for anyone, of any age, to feel overwhelmed by everything that we are hearing, reading, and seeing about COVID-19 novel coronavirus.

Human of Health – meet Kathryn

To continue our celebrations of International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, we chatted with Kathryn, midwife at Kingaroy Hospital.

Five ways you can have fun with family and friends while social...

We have listed five different ways you can have fun with your family and friends while social distancing!

Let's Get Moving

Are you struggling to keep active and fit with the closure of gyms due to the coronavirus pandemic? This blog post is for you!

How does coronavirus affect my pregnancy, birthing journey, and baby?

Coronavirus is new and we are still learning how it may affect you and your baby. Our information is currently from women who have had the virus later in their pregnancy

Five inspiring nurses’ stories to celebrate Women’s History Month

For Women’s History Month, we are showcasing five Australian nurses' stories.

Happy International Women’s Day!

Competing priorities or a lack of time stand in the way of a healthier lifestyle for many women. Often, women are too busy prioritising the health of others – children, siblings or parents – resulting in their own heath being sidelined.

Tips for graduate nurses
Tips for Graduate Nurses

After three or more years of textbooks, lecturers, all-nighters, endless coffee, practical assessments, and declining events to finish assignments, you have finally graduated university.

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Last updated: 4 January 2018